Information about other historical societies in Gloucestershire, with booklists, resources, events and contacts
Blockley Heritage Society has information about the history of nearby village Blockley and is currently creating a new Heritage Centre.
Gloucestershire Archives (Gloucestershire County Council) is the repository for county-wide documents and maps, with full research facilities
Reference books can be ordered online or by visiting a local library where the staff will help with searching the catalogue
Other County Record Offices
Details of record offices and libraries in adjacent counties can be found by a search on the county councils’ websites
Holds records that include references to Campden & District
Gloucestershire Family History Society has a Resource Centre and facilities for family history research
The National Archives is the official archive and publisher for the UK government and for England and Wales. Discovery is their catalogue of descriptions of records held by the NA and more than 2,500 archives across the country
The Guild of Handicrafts Trust museum in Campden which celebrates the Arts and Crafts Movement in the North Cotswolds since 1900.
This website is a living history of Chipping Campden School from its foundation in 1440 to the present day. Created in partnership with Chipping Campden History Society and Gloucestershire Archives and supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund, the site was launched to mark 575 years since the School’s foundation.
Two websites that have information about the mystery of the Campden Wonder.
Campden’s official town website
The history and traditions of the Campden Morris Men.
The Trust was established in 2010 to care for the drawings and designs archive of Harts Silversmiths and The Guild of Handicraft built up over the last 100 or so years.