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Upcoming change of opening hours at Worcestershire Archive and Archaeology Service

  • 17th December 2013

Following the announcement of savings to be made by the County Council, Worcestershire Archive and Archaeology Service is currently reviewing its opening hours. The new patterns of opening hours are currently under consultation with staff, but we expect to introduce them in January 2014. Further information will be made available as soon as we can, but if you are planning to visit us in the New Year please check our website or contact us at archive@worcestershire.gov.uk for further information.

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