After similar news from Somerset early this month (see here), the courts have now stepped in to force Surrey Council to rethink their plans over library closures/restructuring. It now seems as if the recent negative trend has been well and truly brought to a halt!
The National Archives are all set to launch their new online catalogue, Discovery, at the end of the month - so if you're a regular user then you'd better examine the fine detail, here.
Chris Paton brings us news of the Northern Scotland journal, here - with a free sample issue up for grabs.
The latest newsletter of the Ireland Reaching Out (Ireland XO) Project is now available. And the website itself is here.
The British Library have some stunning images up for sale at their 'Prints' section.
Follow blogger John Reid to some newly-available records/documents from the British Army.
Kirsty Wilkinson has a little piece on Scottish naming habits.
There's an article on the History of Ellis Island at The History Channel website.
And the usual excellent weekly listing of history articles is now available at the Two Nerdy History Girls blog.
- Radio programme on our industrial past (from @EnglishHeritage);
- New exhibition at Bolton Museum (from @THP_Local);
- Lunchtime talks in Sunderland (from @TWArchives);
- 100 years in same house (from @genesreunited).