Welcome to the first edition of the new Gloucestershire Heritage Hub newsletter

Happy New Year to everyone, and here's something new for 2017 –  the new e-newsletter from Gloucestershire Archives, now known as the Heritage Hub.
 

Regards
Cheryl
Cheryl Mayo
Membership Secretary






Winter 2016

Gloucestershire Heritage Hub

Read the full issue here

Gloucestershire Archives and Friends

We are looking forward to building works starting in the New Year. We have changed our foundation designs due to a combination of the geology and archaeology of the site. This took time to finalise and has resulted in additional costs that we hadn’t anticipated. We are thrilled to have a funding package in place, which is allowing works to start.

We plan to run a temporary research room from the Frith Centre whilst the main Archives building is adapted and extended. The current arrangements for pre-ordering documents will continue but on-site parking will be limited to those with blue badges. In case of unforeseen changes, please check the Archives’ website before visiting.

Local History

We are a small and growing group of people interested in the history of The Dowty Group and keen to share this with others.

GLHA is a voluntary organisation made up of around 50 local history groups, societies and organisations across Gloucestershire.

Family History

The Society (GFHS) promotes research into family history and house history. It concentrates on Gloucestershire and South Gloucestershire and the towns and parishes listed on the UK and Ireland Genealogical virtual reference library (GENUKI).

Diocese of Gloucester

The diocese is an Anglican (Church of England) family of God in and around Gloucestershire.

South Gloucestershire

The region currently known as South Gloucestershire was once part of the historic County of Gloucestershire, the area served by the newly launched Gloucestershire Heritage Hub.

South Gloucestershire Council is one of the founder members of the Hub network.

Gloucestershire Police Archives

The Constabulary is the second oldest county force in England with a proud history dating back to 1839.





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