Welcome to the Wing Heritage Group Website
Wing in Buckinghamshire has some of the oldest archaeological remains in the county. With the Saxon cemetery and Church, the “Castle Mound” the original Ascott House gardens and the Rothschild Ascott House, there is plenty to see. But a lot of the history of the village still remains undiscovered or not properly investigated. The Heritage Group aims to answer some the questions about the village, with the help of Wing’s local community and anyone else who is interested in the area.
As part of the WW1 Commemorations the Heritage Group is running a Knit a Poppy Appeal. For more details here poppy.
13th September 2014 we will be holding a test pit dig at The Queen’s Head in Wing. The pub opens at 11.30 am so why not come and join us and see what we find, and if rain stops play what better place to dry out!
Wing Heritage Group is currently working with: Buckinghamshire Archaeological Society and Leighton Buzzard & District Archaeological and Historical Society.
Follow the links to find out more about the different projects we plan to do.
Why not join up? Membership is currently free and you will be added to our mailing lists for the areas you are interested in click here for form.
Do you fancy finding out if Romans or Saxons lived in your garden? Why not get involved with the Archaeology Project, this will include archaeological test pits and Geophysics, just use the Membership form to sign up.
Do you have memories of the area you would like to share? Join in with the Oral History Project, history is being made all the time so even recent events and memories are important!
Do you live in an old building? Sign up for your house to be involved in the Listed Buildings Project.