The history we hold here is far more than the dates of monarchs and battles that you may have been taught about at school. It's a wealth of fascinating detail of the lives of the people and places in Northamptonshire and beyond.
Every day at the Northamptonshire Record Office someone uncovers a detail that may not have been seen for hundreds of years.
A further statement about the changes to opening hours will be made tomorrow.
RT @LRdeMAmbrose: Lighthouse church of St Peter, Irthlingborough guided travellers across the Nene. Fires lit by monks in its separately-bu…
Important information about opening times https://t.co/j4Z0pFIa3l
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RT @NorthantsPolice: We're moving our historical archive to the County Records Office. For more information, visit: https://t.co/WPO4YtEViZ…
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Important Information: From 21 August 2017, opening times for free access to the Archives Service will be as follows:
• Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursd...
about 5 days ago
Yesterday we welcomed members of the Green's Norton Local History Group. They had a tour of the archives and examined historic maps and documents rel...
about 6 days ago
Spanning the Centuries: the historic bridges of Northamptonshire
This beautifully illustrated book provides a thorough assessment of the 104 bridges in Northamptonshire that are listed or scheduled by Historic Engla...
On this day in 1969, Neil Armstrong became the first person to walk on the moon. Obviously, Northamptonshire Archives don't contain anything directly...
about 7 days ago
Northamptonshire Police's historical archive moving to County Records Office
We're really excited by this new collection.