Secrets Revealed - online talk
The popular “Secrets Revealed” online lunchtime talks by John Putley are continuing through 2023. The next talk 'Opening the door on house history' is on Wednesday 25 January, read all about it here.
Our Heritage Hub on site monthly Saturday events are also going from strength to strength. December’s event “Anything that moves” was on the theme of transport and attracted over 80 people!
Picture showing a model railway set up in the searchroom.
In January our theme was 'New Year, new hobby' with talks by Averil Kear, local author and researcher and Ben Nicholls of footstepsfamily.co.uk. Experienced members of Gloucestershire Family History Society also ran a live ‘question and answer’ session.
Upcoming themes to look forward to in the next few months are house history (February), literary archives (March); schooldays (April) and heritage careers (June.)
You can check out and book for these and other events via the Heritage Hub website www.heritagehub.org.uk/events/
A Schools Newsletter for you!
If you are a teacher, know a teacher or are otherwise involved with schools, we have a new schools’ newsletter starting which might interest you!
Starting this January, the Gloucestershire Archives, in partnership with Gloucester Views (Historic England) will be sending out a half-termly e-newsletter to Gloucestershire schools. Packed with relevant information, this will be a great way to find out about everything education going on. From learning offers from Gloucester heritage sites to upcoming schools’ training and projects, there’s plenty to discover.
To sign up, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
You can find out more about what Gloucestershire Archives does by reading the information leaflet below.
Download the Gloucestershire Archive leaflet here