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Allocation of papers accepted in lieu of tax

The family and estate papers of the Chester family of Chicheley (12th-20th centuries) has been accepted in lieu of tax by the government. Notable...

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Find an archive in Discovery, our catalogue

Our newly released Find an archive service allows users to search for archives by location or keyword. Researchers can: find contact details...

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Newly accredited archive services

The UK Archive Service Accreditation Committee are pleased to announce that the following archive services have been awarded accredited status at the recent...

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Launching Magna Carta and the emergence of Parliament

Today the Houses of Parliament announce the launch of Magna Carta and the emergence of Parliament, a digital resource for children and young people....

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England’s immigrant records 1330-1550 now online

A new database revealing data of immigration in medieval England, held in the records at The National Archives, has been launched online. England’s...

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Call for papers for digital conference

We are issuing a call for papers for our third collaborative conference with Research Libraries UK. This year’s conference, ‘Discovering Collections,...

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Evaluating ‘Archives for the 21st century’

Update: this survey has now closed. Thank you to everyone who took part.  Help us evaluate the impact of Archives for the 21st century, the government...

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Winners of First World War short film competition announced

We are pleased to announce the winner and runners-up of our First World War 'Files on film' competition. First prize Abdul Qualam Aziz, from West...

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Answering your military history questions on Twitter

Our military specialist William Spencer will be taking your questions on Twitter from 15:30 to 16:30 on Tuesday 10 February 2015. William can help you...

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Kindertransport records go online have released records from The National Archives relating to the Kindertransport refugee programme. Online for the first time, for...

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Irish Poverty Relief Loan records available online

Findmypast has digitised and is publishing the Poverty Relief Loans records from The National Archives online in full for the first time. The Irish...

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Diversity Week at The National Archives

We are holding a Diversity Week from 26-30 January, to highlight ongoing work across the organisation on the representation of diverse histories. This...

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