Rushden Historical Transport Society – owns and runs Rushden Transport Museum, with over 650 members and organises one of the biggest Transport Rallies and County Shows in the area attracting over 25,000 people to Rushden during the annual 3-day event.
HIFARS - Higham Ferrers Archaeology and Research Society promotes interest in archaeology and local history in the East Northamptonshire area.
Chichele College Garden – this newly created medieval style garden was a community project initiated by the Higham Ferrers Tourism, Business and Community Partnership funded by a National Lottery Community Spaces grant and the generosity of the local community.The garden is still very much a 'work in progress', to become a place for contemplation, recreation and education for the local community, as well visitors to the College.
Enjoy Northamptonshire's Heritage – holds over 800 years of the county’s rich archival heritage, which can be accessed free of charge on site. The archives cover all aspects of life in Northamptonshire, and the people who lived here.
Higham Tourism - works in partnership with local businesses, the Town Council and community groups, to stimulate interest, growth and community cohesion, and thus to support, facilitate and co-ordinate activity within the town.