Posted: Friday 1st November 2019
This November, why not explore your heritage at your local Hertfordshire library and Hertfordshire Archives and Local Studies.
Explore Your Archives month is a national campaign co-ordinated by the Archives and Records Association to celebrate the depth and diversity of the collections held in libraries and archives across the UK during November.
There are a variety of events and displays going on in libraries across the county, with something for everyone!
There are a number of family events happening in libraries across the County. So you can discover the curious of Hertfordshire and write your own potion recipe, make your own charter with a wax seal or learn about town planning and design at our Ready, Steady Build a Lego town for Hertfordshire. All inspired by documents at Hertfordshire Archives and Local Studies.
Maybe you are a family tree detective but unsure how to begin your search for Second World War ancestors? Then book a place at the workshop at Hertfordshire Archives and Local Studies.
Join us for refreshments and share your memories of Bishop’s Stortford and Letchworth at our special events during November on the Herts Memories Community Archives.
Visit a library to view some of our fascinating displays including Hollywood in Herts at North Watford Library, Stitch in Time at Harpenden Library, Travelling Through Time at Bishop’s Stortford Library and Retro Herts: Music and Dance at Royston Library.
To find our more about when and where these events are being held or to book a place go to our events pages or check our Facebook and Twitter pages for more details.