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Coronavirus update

Gloucestershire County Council are closing Gloucestershire Archives @ the Heritage Hub from Monday 23 March until further notice, due to the current issues relating to Covid-19. 

Gloucestershire Family History Society @ the Heritage Hub has also closed their service until further notice. 

Every effort will be made to continue offering essential services such as access to records for legal reasons.  Similarly, the Registration Service will continue to run a copy certificates service from the site. 

Look out for updates from the archives on social media and online.  If you have a few minutes you might like to #ExploreYourArchiveAtHome.  You can search our collections online or browse or contribute to our online mapping resource Know Your Place

We look forward to welcoming back our customers, volunteers, partners and friends in due course. 

Local & Community History month 2019


Gloucestershire Heritage Hub is putting on a series of events during May as our contribution to the Month.  We launch our activities with our family fun Maps event on the afternoon of Saturday 4th May, and this is followed by weekly Friday lunchtime 30 minute presentations at 1pm, followed by the option of a 30 minute behind the scenes tour at 1.30.  We culminate with another family friendly event on Friday 31st May (half term week).

All events are free and there is no need to pre-book them.  The events will occur in our Frith Room, and tours will start in the Reception area.  You can attend both the event and tour on any Friday, or come along to just one or the other.

For John Chandler's talk on Friday 24th May, a voluntary donations box will be available, with all proceeds going to the Gloucestershire County History Trust.  For the talks on 10th and 17th May, the voluntary donations box will collect for #ShrubHub.


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