To celebrate the 50th anniversary of Bath Record Office, you are invited to free lunchtime talks in the Guildhall, Bath.
For centuries, Bath’s Guildhall has safe-guarded our outstanding collection of historic documents, now used by thousands of people each year to find answers from the past.
In the final talk in the series, find out how an archive looks after its precious collections now and in the years to come when Gary Tuson, County Archivist of Norfolk, speaks on Wednesday 1st February 1.10pm-1.45pm in the Guildhall. His talk is titled, ‘A Record Office fit for the future’.
Freelance Journalist, broadcaster, columnist and local historian. Director of Bath Newseum. Married and lives in Bath.
Interested in local history, architecture and visual display in museums and urban spaces.
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