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? ? Join us at Bury Library on Thursday 7th September for a celebration of crime fiction. With scripts written by Ann Cleeves herself, this promises to be a fantastic evening that celebrates Ann…
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Would you like to be INSPIRED? After our two most recent blog posts have brought you up to date with all the wonderful work that the project has achieved so far…
We were absolutely thrilled to be approached by Michael, a life long Bury man, who wondered if his own family’s story would be of any interest to the Archive. Michael’s wonderful photographs and documents give us an insight in to a local … Continue reading
We always look forward to the Christmas decorations going up here at Bury Libraries! And Library Staff have really made this year’s display look especially festive by creating strings of beautifully crafted snowflakes to drape across the Children’s library; lovely … Continue reading
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It is always nice when someone is happy with the service that they receive here at Bury Libraries. So it was especially thrilling when the Archives and Local Studies department found out that our Reference Librarian received a dedication of thanks in a … Continue reading
Anyone out there a Horrible Histories fan? My family certainly are and we were all thrilled to be invited to the preview of the Imperial War Museum North’s Horrible Histories Blitzed Brits exhibition. The event started at 5pm and we … Continue reading
Once again it has been an absolute pleasure to receive a donation of military records from a member of the public. Contained within this deposit are the following items: a soldier’s pocket book, a Soldiers’ Small Book, a letter detailing … Continue reading
Here at the Centre for Cultural Collections we are lucky enough to have a Borough Archivist who has a keen eye and generous cheque book! Over the past few years she has been creating her own personal collection of … Continue reading