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News, events, updates and much more from Worcestershire Archive and Archaeology Service
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Worcestershire Contributes to 800th Anniversary of Battle of Lincoln
Worcestershire Archive & Archaeology Service is
supporting a major exhibition coinciding with the 800 th anniversary
of the battle of Lincoln. A rare seal of William Marshal, regent of England and
hero of the battle, has been lent for display. The battle is...

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We are the ARA Record-Keeping Service of the Year, 2017
We are thrilled to
announce that we have been voted 2017 Record-Keeping Service of the Year! Part of the Worcestershire Archive Service team This award is part
of the Archives and Records Association (ARA) Excellence Awards and aims to
recognise the achieve...

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Celebrating the launch of the Worcestershire Manorial Document Register
We have recently completed a project funded by The National Archives to
update and computerize the Manorial Documents Register for
Worcestershire.  Come celebrate the launch of the database with us at The Hive on Saturday, 22 April , and
learn more about th...

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Vote for us in the Record Keeping Service of the Year award
We are thrilled to announce that we have been shortlisted for the 2017 Record Keeping Service of the Year Award! This award is part of the Archives and Records Association (ARA) Excellence Awards and aims to recognise the achievements of services across the...

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We are
pleased to announce that, following a recent assessment, Worcestershire Archive
and Archaeology Service has retained its Accredited Archive status! Archive
Accreditation, which recognises good practice in all areas of archive service
delivery, was in...

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The 1947 Floods
Floods on Hylton Road with the power Station in the background It is 70 years since the 1947 floods, which were some of the
worst experienced in Worcestershire and the UK. Floods are a regular natural phenomenon
to this area and most people can recall parti...

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Lost Landscapes of Worcestershire
Worcestershire Archive and Archaeology Service (WAAS), in partnership with Museums Worcestershire , has been successful in its bid for £74,900 from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) to bring the Lost Landscapes of Worcestershire back to life.  Over the next 1...

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New entries added to our Quarter Sessions index online!
Regular
visitors to the Indexes and Guides section of the Worcestershire Archive and
Archaeology Service website may have noticed that the index to our Quarter
Sessions papers has grown since Christmas, with the addition of an index to the 1854
papers.  Thi...

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New Community Planning toolkit and guidance by Worcestershire Archive and Archaeology Service and Historic England
Your Place Matters All rural places and buildings are a reflection of how people
have lived, worked, thought and related to each other throughout history. Rural
settlement is at the core of our everyday lives and provides a base from which
we view and experi...

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Love Worcester
Once again February Half-term sees the return of Love
Worcester festival, as heritage venues throughout the city invite residents and
visitors to come and explore. Here is The Hive we have a couple of events: Hands on History Thursday 23 February 10am-3pm W...
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