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Talks and group visits

Talks

What's available?

'An Historian's Paradise? The William Salt Library, Stafford'

How much does it cost?

£50 (£60 plus travel expenses to out-county groups).

Where can the talk be held?

It can be given at your usual meeting venue or at the Staffordshire Reord Office. If you wish to have the talk illustrated with the use of original documents this can only be done on our premises.

How do I arrange for a talk?

Please contact the library via email

Group Visits

Group visits can be arranged to the Staffordshire Record Office. Please see our Group Visits page for further details. 

Are there any other places for talks and visits?

The Staffordshire and Stoke on Trent Archive Service| also runs a number of talks and visits.

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