Formed in 1973, we are the official co-ordinating body for local history in the County Palatine of Lancaster. We have members as far apart as Dalton in Furness to the north and Denton to the south, Fleetwood to the west and Rochdale to the east. Whether you are interested in Local History, Family History, Archaeology or Industrial Archaeology, if there is a bearing on Lancashire in your field of research, one or more of our member societies will be able to help.
In this current period we are aiming to give viewers to the website more to educate, inform and entertain them in this lockdown period so besides the PDF of the complete current Newsletters on the Publications page, parts of the Newsletter have been added to the Research Articles so you can investigate further.
SEE THE LATEST NEWS PAGE TO FIND OUT ABOUT THE PROCEDURE FOR VISITING LANCASHIRE ARCHIVES WHICH REOPENED ON 4th DECEMBER.
There you will also find the new book in tribute to our own Doctor Alan Crosby which can be ordered there.
Through this website, we hope that you will continue to find out more about the Federation and maybe even consider joining us either as a society or an individual. Please visit the Member Societies page with links to all the member societies of the Federation. Check them out, they may have further information that you are looking for!
Who is Where?
Click the link to find a map of Lancashire which features all the clubs and societies within the Lancashire Local History Federation.
Then click on any society button to go straight to their website.
What is the Federation doing?
Click on the link to find out what the Federation is organising
What are the Societies doing?
This section of the website will be updated in January when the situation hopefully will be clearer.
Click on the link to get a full list of the meetings being held around the county each month
British Association for Local History.