Croydon Archive Service

Got this from Croydon Archives.

From Wednesday 04 May 2011, Croydon Local Studies Library and Archives Service will be temporarily open at the following times:

Monday: 1000 – 1300; 1400 – 1900

Tuesday: Closed

Wednesday: 1000 – 1300; 1400 – 1730

Thursday: Closed

Friday: 1000 – 1300; 1400 – 1730                        

Saturdays (1st and 3rd of the month):

1000 – 1300; 1400 – 1630   

I would be grateful if you could draw this to the attention of any readers who might be thinking of visiting us.

It goes without saying that we will also be closed on the four forthcoming bank holidays.

Chris Bennett

Senior Borough Archivist

Croydon Local Studies Library and Archives Service

Central Library

Katharine Street

Croydon CR9 1ET

Tel:020 8726 6900 x 61112

Fax:020 82531012

Email:[email protected]

 

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The pages covering the history of Stoke Gifford are wonderful and a template for what all village history websites show be like. Must make a start on the website I keep thinking about on the village of Goosey in Berkshire (yes I know it is now in Oxfordshire, but my granny who was born there would not agree with you!!)

http://www.sbarch.org.uk/