#PhotoFriday – November Digest

It's time once again for our monthly round up of #PhotoFriday tweets, where we look at images from the local studies collections across the county, which you can find on www.picturethepast.org.uk . For our first #PhotoFriday image in November we did something different and asked for some help. We sometimes get material to add to our collections … Continue reading #PhotoFriday – November Digest

#PhotoFriday – October Digest

It's time again for our monthly round up of #PhotoFriday tweets, where we look at images from the local studies collections across the county, which you can find on www.picturethepast.org.uk . We started off our October tweets by combining the themes of In Print for History Begins at Home and the Explore Your Archive theme of Community … Continue reading #PhotoFriday – October Digest

October news from the Local Studies Library.

In our monthly look at what's been going on in our Local Studies Library, Archives Assistant Lynda Tomkins explains the theme of our latest display. This month's History Begins at Home topic is ‘In Print’, a very fitting subject for a local studies library as we don't just have books, but lots of different printed … Continue reading October news from the Local Studies Library.

#PhotoFriday Digest – September

It's time again for our monthly round up of #PhotoFriday tweets, where we look at images from the local studies collections across the county, which you can find on www.picturethepast.org.uk . We started off the month by looking at the well-known (pun intended) tradition of well dressing. September sees the last examples of this for the year … Continue reading #PhotoFriday Digest – September

September news from the Local Studies library.

Whilst Covid restrictions closed the Local Studies Library to the public, Local Studies staff took the opportunity to make some minor changes. Here Archives Assistant, Lynda Tomkins describes what went on behind the scenes. The need for social distancing has meant rearranging the computers in our Computer Room. This has given you much more space … Continue reading September news from the Local Studies library.

#PhotoFriday Digest – August

Once again it's time for our monthly round up of #PhotoFriday tweets, where we look at images from the local studies collections across the county, which you can find on www.picturethepast.org.uk . We started off our August tweets with the theme of Lazy Days for History Begins at Home. We joined John Brackenbury and the Berwick family … Continue reading #PhotoFriday Digest – August