Support VCH Middlesex and London

VCH Middlesex covers the whole of this historic county, part of which came under the jurisdiction of London County Council from 1889 and all of which was absorbed by Greater London in 1965. You can read about the history of VCH Middlesex here.

The series aims to provide a new and authoritative history of each ancient parish and its modern development. We have already published 13 volumes on London and Middlesex, and others on the parts of Greater London formerly in Essex and Surrey.

Our current research is focused on The City of Westminster, and details of work in progress can be found here
Please support our research in any way you can and help bring this unique project to completion. Donations can be made in many ways -- by cheque. direct transfer or online to the Victoria County History Trust, which supports our work on Middlesex -- or you can use our downloadable leaflet. We also welcome support in kind, especially help with research, fundraising and our website.

If you have any questions about donating to VCH Middlesex or to the Victoria County History, please contact Adam Chapman, VCH Editor and Training Co-ordinator 

THE WESTMINSTER HISTORY CLUB

The club has been founded to help raise funds for research. Four meetings a year are held in Westminster City Hall, 64 Victoria Street, London SW1 and guests can take advantage of wonderful views over the City of Westminster from the meeting room. A charge of £10 is made for each talk. If you are interested in attending please see the programme below or contact Francis Boorman francisboorman@hotmail.com

Our next talk is on Tuesday 1 November at 7pm

St Stephen's Chapel: Bringing a Building Back to Life - a talk by Rosemary Hill