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    Posts from October 2012


    • 31st October 2012
    School visits at The Hive

    We recently welcomed children from a number of Worcester Schools to Archives and Archaeology in The Hive. They had all been invited to see the ‘Beyond the City Walls’ exhibition which has been on display in the studio and marked the end of the Worcester Archive Source Project, a project to catalogue and promote the...

    • 22nd October 2012
    Worcestershire Archaeology Annual Dayschool 2012

    Bookings are now open for the Worcestershire Archaeology Dayschool on Saturday 17th November. The popular one day conference, organised by Worcestershire Archive & Archaeology Service, will showcase the latest results from archaeological fieldwork and other research for the public.  This year the conference will again be held at the University of Worcester (St John’s Campus),...

    • 14th October 2012
    Celebrating a quarter century working for the Archive Service

    Dr Adrian Gregson, our Collections Manager, recently reached the milestone of working for 25 years with Worcestershire County Council. We asked him a few questions about his time here. What job did you do when you joined Worcestershire Record Office (now part of Worcestershire Archive and Archaeology Service), and what did it entail? It was Hereford and...

    • 9th October 2012
    An update on our Outreach services and upcoming events

         Regular users of our service may have noticed that our packed programme of events has been on pause. With our move to The Hive taking up so much time we had to curtail our activities. Quite a few people have contacted us to find out when our courses will be running and when we...