Getting to Know Lancashire Archives

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Getting to Know Lancashire Archives

Post by Gloria » 19 Jul 2012, 17:12

Taken from LFHHS yahoo forum

Getting to Know Lancashire Archives

Have you ever wondered how to use the searchroom at Lancashire Archives? What sort of records we hold? How to find your great-great-grandfather's will? What goes on behind the scenes? If so, these sessions may interest you.

An archivist will describe some of the sources we hold and how Lancashire Archives works. They will explain some of the procedures and give guidance on how to use the finding aids helping you to make the best use of your time when you next visit.

Sessions will be held at 2.30pm in the Record Office on
the second Friday of each month

10 August 14 September 12 October 9 November 14 December

Each session is FREE and will last 1½ - 2 hours.
Places are limited so advance booking is essential

To book a place please telephone on 01772 533039
or email the record office at record.office@lancashire.gov.uk

(Thank you to Jacquie Crosby at Lancashire Archives for this information)
Gloria
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