Nottinghamshire Local History Association is an umbrella organisation for all local history societies in the county (including WB&DLHS) and lists their activities on its website. It also publishes the Nottinghamshire Historian and arranges a seminar or one-day school twice a year.
Thoroton Society is Nottinghamshire’s principal historical and archaeological society.
The Nottingham Industrial Heritage Association is a group dedicated to the interests of Nottingham’s rich industrial past and present.
Picture the Past contains thousands of online images of old Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire.
Nottinghamshire Archives houses documents relating to Nottinghamshire (including those for West Bridgford) from the 12th century up till the present day
Nottinghamshire Heritage Gateway provides a guide to the county’s heritage resources.
Rushcliffe Borough Council provides local government services for West Bridgford and surounding area. Its website includes information about heritage conservation, listed buildings, conservation areas and war memorials in the whole of the borough including West Bridgford itself.
Our Nottinghamshire It’s all about Nottinghamshire, and it’s all about you – your memories, your photographs, and your thoughts about Nottinghamshire history. Why not browse around the site and see what you can find.
University of Nottingham Local History Seminars are held on the second Saturday of each month between October and March.
Hands on our History Local historian and archaeologist, Peter Hammond, has over 20 years experience in running school workshops and other events, bringing history to life for people of all ages.