Heritage Bulletin

The Heritage Bulletin ran for six volumes and can be downloaded below.

Heritage Bulletin Volume 6

Heritage Bulletin Volume 6In Heritage Bulletin Volume 6 read about:

  • Our enquiry service and online catalogue
  • The Home Helps Scheme launched on the 1940s
  • How we organise archive material
  • Winning the Archive Volunteer Project of the Year Award.

Heritage Bulletin Volume 5

 Heritage Bulletin Volume 5In Heritage Bulletin Volume 5 read about: 

  • our new Heritage Bulletin blog where you can keep up to date with happenings at the archive.
  • Darby and Joan Clubs
  • preserving material 
  • our new Cataloguing Co-ordinator, Jennifer Hunt
  • how donations help the archive.

Heritage Bulletin Volume 4

Heritage Bulletin Volume 4In Heritage Bulletin Volume 4 read about: 

  • how legacies are making our dreams of protecting and improving access to the Archive & Heritage Collection a reality
  • the Flying Food Squad
  • how we arrange new material
  • our new schools resources.

Heritage Bulletin Volume 3

Heritage Bulletin Volume 3In Heritage Bulletin Volume 3 read about:

  • a legacy for school children as we develop our school resources
  • how Royal Voluntary Service helped as 60,000 foreign national Asians from Uganda arrive in the UK
  • How we appraise new material into the collection.

Heritage Bulletin Volume 2

Heritage Bulletin Volume 2In Heritage Bulletin Volume 2 read about:

  • Narrative Reports are inscribed onto the newly created UNESCO UK Memory of the Word Register
  • Benevolent Trust
  • cataloguing 5,000 images in our photographic collection.

Heritage Bulletin Volume 1

Heritage Bulletin Volume 1In Heritage Bulletin Volume 1 read about:

  • saving the Women in Green - a grant from the Aurelius Trust is helping to save our historic uniform collection for the future
  • Lindy's Legacy
  • a volunteer's perspective.

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