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The National Archives to publish court judgments

The National Archives has today taken on responsibility for the external publication of court judgments, creating the first publicly available government...

The National Archives welcomes Vice-Chancellor as new Chair of Board

The National Archives has welcomed Professor Andrew Wathey CBE as the new Chair of its advisory Board for a three-year term. Professor Wathey succeeds...

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Records at Risk Fund awards grants to save vulnerable collections

Today we are pleased to announce the successful applicants who have received grants from our Records at Risk Fund. Eight archives from across England and...

Tags: archives sector, Funding, Records at Risk

First MOD service personnel records now available

Today, the first tranche of Ministry of Defence (MOD) service personnel records will go on to our catalogue and be made available for ordering. These...

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SafePod for data research available at Kew

We have today become one of the first places in the UK to host a SafePod for data research. A SafePod is a small prefabricated room, which provides...

Tags: academic research, datasets, digital archives, SafePod

Support for Ukraine

We have all seen the horrific events unfolding in Ukraine. Many of us are looking for different ways to help; as an institution, we are looking at...

Tags: conflict, history for ukraine, Institute for Conservation, statutory instruments, support for ukraine, Ukraine, ukrainian archives, war

Latest archive accreditation awards

The UK Archive Service Accreditation Committee is pleased to announce that the following archive services have been awarded accredited status for the first...

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Step back in time with our 1920s evening at the 43 Club

Get ready for a trip back to the glitz and glamour of London’s hottest 1920s underground spot, The 43 Club, courtesy of our late event on 20 May. Join...

Tags: 1920s, 1921 census, 20sPeople, events, The 1920s:Beyond the Roar

Parliamentary Archives to relocate to Kew

It was announced earlier today that the Parliamentary Archives, which are currently located in the Palace of Westminster’s Victoria Tower, are going...

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CILIP Pathways to develop assessment process for archivist apprenticeship

The National Archives is delighted to announce that CILIP Pathways has been commissioned to develop the end-point assessor organisation process for the...

Prize Papers research portal launched

Court records revealing the details of 1,500 ships captured during the French Revolutionary and Napoleonic wars are now searchable online for the first...

Tags: digitisation, high court of admiralty, letters, napoleonic wars, naval battles, oldenburg, Prize Papers

Allocating a manuscript accepted in lieu of tax

The following manuscript has been accepted in lieu of tax by the Government: Treaty of Dover, a register of the rights, obligations and arrangements...

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