Cambridgeshire Heritage Education Group (CHEG)

CHEG is a network for education professionals working in museum and heritage organisations around Cambridgeshire.

Our mission is:
“To promote and advocate learning within heritage organisations in Cambridgeshire by informing on current developments, sharing best practice, and providing opportunities for partnership-building through regular meetings.”

The CHEG year runs from March – October

Membership includes:

Invitation to three meetings per year. CHEG meetings are programmed to share practice in a specific area of cultural education and provide an opportunity to network. Members are encouraged to showcase successful projects and learning models for the benefit of other members.

To join CHEG, find out about our next meeting, or ask a question please contact:
Alison Giles, Secretary

Keep up to date with news from CHEG by finding us on facebook

Members of CHEG represent a broad range of heritage education organisations. To contact a member of the education team at one of these organisations click on the link below:

Museums in Cambridgeshire
Burwell Museum
Cambridge University Botanic Garden
Chatteris Museum
The Cromwell Museum
Denny Abbey & Farmland Museum
Ely Museum
The Fitzwilliam Museum
Imperial War Museum, Duxford
Kettle’s Yard
Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology
Museum of Cambridge
Museum of Classical Archaeology
Museum of Technology
Museum of Zoology
Norris Museum
Peterborough Museum
The Polar Museum
Ramsey Museum
Royal Anglian Museum
Sedgwick Museum of Earth Sciences
St Neots Museum
Thorney Museum
University of Cambridge Museums
Whipple Museum of the History of Science
Wisbech and Fenland Museum

Heritage Organisations in Cambridgeshire
Cambridge Science Centre
Centre for Computing History
Churches Conservation Trust
Great Fen Project
Great St Mary’s Church
National Trust Wimpole Estate
Nene Park Trust
Nene Valley Railway
Octavia Hill’s Birthplace House
Oxford Archaeology East
Sacrewell Farm
St John’s College Library
University Library

Supporting Bodies
Cambridgeshire County Council
SHARE East of England