We are pleased to announce that our 2024 programme is now available.
Please see our Programme page for details.

The society was formed to record and create interest in historical events in the Roxton district and wider area. Members meet on the first Thursday of the month in Roxton Village Hall at 7:30, unless otherwise stated. There are guest speakers covering a wide variety of interesting topics and visits to local places of historical interest.
There is an extensive archive covering local events, War Memorial and much more.

On this site you can:

See the Society's Programme of events for this year,
See the extencive work done on the Roxton Rolle of Honour by Maria Screen,
Use the information compiled on the church grave memorials and
Look at photographs of the village, and villagers, from days gone by.

About our village

Roxton is a small village and civil parish located in the Borough of Bedford in Bedfordshire, England.  Roxton is mentioned in the Domesday Book.
The village has one church, a chapel and a garden centre. There is a post office to the rear of the public house. Roxton Lower School is also located in the village. The parish used to include Wyboston, Chawston and Colesden, but in May 2007 they became independent of Roxton though are included in the history groups district. Many of the older dwellings are built of attractive wattle and daub, some retaining their thatched roofs.

See photographs and documents of Roxton old and new.

Grave memorials
A record of grave memorials in Roxton churchyard.


See our forthcoming Programme of meetings and visits.