The Archives and Heritage Service will be re-opening to the public by appointment only from Tuesday 1 June.
Numbers allowed in the public rooms at any one time will be limited and all government guidelines on keeping safe in indoor spaces will be followed. All documents to be consulted will need to be ordered in advance.
Bookings will open from Monday 17 May. Further details to follow.
Your patience as we work to bring the service back into operation is appreciated. The service is very short-staffed at present and responses to enquiries and copying orders may take longer than usual. Please allow 10 working days for any reply.
We look forward to welcoming you back to the service.
Please email any enquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org.
How to find us
Wootton Hall Park
- Two parking spaces dedicated to blue badge holders
- All public areas are wheelchair accessible
- An accessible toilet
- A hearing loop system
- Printer readers that can enlarge text and images for the visually impaired
- Height adjustable chairs with and without arms available
Free parking on site. However, there is no guarantee that spaces will be available during busy periods.
We advise everyone visiting the Record Office to bring their own food and drinks. These can only be consumed in our designated area.
We have charity boxes that sell sweets and flapjacks for £1 each. Within a ten minute drive of the Archives there are various places where food and drinks can be bought.