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Changes to Archive and Archaeology Service opening hours

  • 21st January 2014

Following the announcement of savings to be made by the County Council, we have reviewed the opening hours for Worcestershire Archive and Archaeology Service.   These hours have now been confirmed, and the opening hours are given below.  Please note that these do not affect access to microfilm resources, catalogues and indexes, the Local Studies and Archaeology Reference Library or computer resources, these will still be available from 8:30am to 10pm 7 days a week.

Access to Original Archives:

Day

Opening Times

Additional Information

Monday

No access to Original Archives

Tuesday

10:30-16:00

Closed 13:00-13:30

Wednesday

13:30-19:00

Thursday

10:30-16:00

Closed 13:00-13:30

Friday

10:30-16:00

Closed 13:00-13:30

Saturday

10:30-16:00

Closed 13:00-13:30

Sunday

No access to Original Archives

These new opening hours will take effect from Monday 3rd February 2014

Access to Archaeology (Historic Environment Record) Resources:

Day

Opening Times

Additional Information

Monday

13:00-16:00

Tuesday

13:00-16:00

Wednesday

13:00-16:00

Thursday

13:00-16:00

Friday

13:00-16:00

Saturday

10:30-13:30

Every 2nd and 4th Saturday

These new opening hours are already in place.

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