Hampshire Archives Trust – Community Archive Forum
CALLING ALL LOCAL HISTORY ENTHUSIASTS
Community Archive Forum
IT’S FREE, IT’S FUN, IT’S UNMISSABLE
Saturday, 21 March 2020, Winchester: 9.45 to 1.00
Since places are limited please book by emailing
email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
THE Community Archive Forum has been a huge success for several years. It’s a great opportunity for local history societies and similar organisations in Hampshire to showcase what they are doing. And it’s a perfect setting for anyone with an interest in the county’s history to meet people with similar interests.
This is the event of the year to network, share experiences, catch up on what is happening, plan new projects and get involved! This year the Forum will see the advent of the Hampshire History Network.
For the first time the Forum is being held jointly by the Hampshire Archives Trust and the Local History Section of the Hampshire Field Club and Archaeological Society.
Welcome from HFC and HAT – Roger Ottewill
Alresford Historical & Literary Society – Brian Tippett
Broughton Community Archive Group – Tom Woodcock
East Woodhay Local History Group – Chrissie Dalton
Peartree400 – Martyn Basford
The Hampshire Genealogical Society – Paul Pinhorne
People & Workhouse Records – Phoebe Merrick
Hampshire History Network – Barry Shurlock & David Spurling
General discussion: Dealing with queries from non-members – Led by Roger Ottewill
Venue: The Cinema, Hampshire Record Office, Sussex Street, Winchester.
Parking is limited, but there are extensive Park & Ride facilities: https://www.winchester.gov.uk/parking/park-and-ride/
Please let us know if you have any mobility issues and would require assistance evacuating the building from the top floor, using stairs in the event of a fire.