Welcome to the North Mymms History Project

A growing historical resource of more than 150 books, features, and documents. Feel free to use the comment box beneath any item to add relevant information. Suggestions and content ideas welcome. You can sign up for email notifications at the top left of any page.


Help us enrich the information on this site

Contributions welcome

Photograph of an attic by Lee Morgan released under Creative Commons BY-NC-ND 2.0
Photograph by Lee Morgan released under Creative Commons BY-NC-ND 2.0

Do you have any old photographs, documents, or any other information related to the history of North Mymms, which you would be willing to share with this site?

If so, please let us know by using the contact form at the bottom of the right-hand column of any page.

We would also welcome any memories to add to our memories section. Memories, with associated photographs are also valuable to the project.

This is a community, non-profit project run by volunteers who research, format, and upload information in their own time. Therefore we are unable to offer payment for any contributions.

Everything on the site has been donated or loaned to the team so that it can be made available to a wider audience. All costs are carried by the team running the site to ensure that access is unrestricted and advert-free.

In all cases where material is donated or loaned we offer full attribution setting out the ownership and copyright status. Where anonymity is requested we will honour that, too.

The project draws on two major collections of local information:
  • The Images Of North Mymms collection contains more than 4,000 photographs that have been loaned or donated.
  • The Peter Miller Collection is a personal archive curated by local historian and archivist, Peter Miller, again containing many items which have been donated. 
Items from both collections mentioned above make up the bulk of the content on this site. Anything donated to the North Mymms History Project would be stored in either or both collections.

So please do have a root through any old shoe boxes of photos, old magazines, or documents stored in a cupboard or in the loft to see if there is anything you feel might be of interest to people researching local history.

And if you suddenly feel compelled to jot down a few memories, please drop us a line using the contact form mentioned earlier.

It would be great to hear from you.

The North Mymms History Project team

1 comment:

  1. I've just been informed of this 51 minute You Tube film presentation "Hertfordshire at War" which has been professionally produced and is very interesting. It's all archive photographs and film and shows WW1 as it was.
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