Welcome to the North Mymms History Project

A growing collection of books, features, images, documents, and maps, collected, curated, and presented by a team of local volunteers keen to preserve the history of North Mymms

Share your North Mymms memories and photographs

Photograph of Nash's Corner, Welham Green taken before 1920
Photograph of Nash's Corner, Welham Green taken before 1920
A. Nott / G Knott from the Images of North Mymms Collection
The North Mymms History Project has set up a Facebook group where local residents can post about their memories and share any photographs about the history of the parish.

The idea is to uncover previously unpublished material from personal collections to add to the growing archive of historical articles and photographs on the North Mymms History Project.

We are hoping this will be a place where personal memories and photographs of life in North Mymms can be preserved as part of a growing archive of the parish's past.

Perhaps there is an old shoebox of photos in the loft, or an old diary of a grandparent gathering dust. Whatever it is, it could reveal information that has been forgotten and help us understand our shared past.

Any material posted must be your own and which are in their own family collections. Posting material which has been downloaded from the internet and which is restricted by copyright is not allowed.

We hope the group will also be the place where anyone can post questions about the parish's past and which local historians and other group members can try to answer.

Everyone is welcome. Just go to the North Mymms History Project Facebook Group where it takes a couple of clicks to join.

Once you are a member please feel free to post about your memories, ask any questions, or share any original photographs or documents you might have.

If you do add photographs, please add as much information as you have about the material being posted.

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