See inside the oldest building in Bletchley, at an open day organised by Bletchley Archaeological and Historical Society and the Rectory Cottages Trust.
A variety of events are on offer at Rectory Cottages, on Church Green Road, MK2 6BJ, from 10am to 4pm on Saturday, as part of the national Heritage Open Days weekend.
Entry is free and refreshments will be available.
Learn about Newton Longville Brickworks and its workers .
Andrew Mortlock, official archivist for the London Brick Company, will be bringing his extensive collection of company magazines, the Phorpres News, containing records and photographs of LBC workers.
Did you or any of your relations work there?
If you have archive material of the Brickworks that you’d like to share, please bring it with you.
Stunning banners made by local WIs to celebrate the Women’s Institute Centenary year will be on display. Come and see what the WI have been up to in the last 100 years.
Information on the history of Rectory Cottages, built in about 1475, will be available, along with fascinating old photographs of Bletchley and district.