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Nottinghamshire Archives houses archives for the county of Nottinghamshire, the city of Nottingham, the diocese of Southwell & Nottingham, and other local bodies, families and individuals.
Archives are original documents produced by official bodies, societies and individuals that are no longer in current use. The documents range from the 12th to the 21st centuries. They include official and privately-owned archives. Most archives are unique and have to be housed in secure conditions and handled with care. Many archives have been copied onto microfiche in order to save wear and tear on the originals.
An online catalogue is available on our web site.
Archives can be used for: tracing your family history; discovering the history of your village or town; discovering the history of your house; school and college projects; checking certain legal rights, for example, rights of way; and obtaining official certified copies of many records.
Heritage Open Days 2014: Nottinghamshire Archives
- 13 September 2014
Nottinghamshire Archives will be marking the centenary of the First World War at the Heritage Open Days this year. Sign up using original enlistment papers, explore censored letters and find out who survived the war. Children's trail of war-time areoplanes. Performances of original letters from the Front and see a wide selection of images of wartime archives. Display marking the Zeppelin raid on Nottingham including the very spot where the bombs fell: now the site of the archives! Also see behind the scenes and explore Nottinghamshire Archives before we close for refurbishment later in the year
Please refer to the Heritage Open Days website for booking details and timings.