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A video tour of Worcestershire History Centre

  • 14th March 2012

Our History Centre branch will close for the final time on 21st April in order that staff and the sources there be moved to join us at The Hive. Here is a little video tour to tell you more about what is held there that you will soon be able to use at The Hive, and to have one last look at it before it goes:

Don’t forget there is still time to submit your memories of the History Centre for our final exhibition.

One response to “A video tour of Worcestershire History Centre”

  1. Roger Leake says:

    Thanks Jean (and Su). A nice little video-tour; it has whetted my appetite for the even better facilities for research at The Hive.

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