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Worcestershire's First Historian? Thomas Habington (1560-1647) in context

The Habington Day School was held on Saturday 18 April 2015 in The Studio, The Hive, Sawmilll Walk, Worcester WR1 3PB.

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Day School in The Studio at The Hive

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On Saturday 18 April 2015 a Day School was held in The Studio at The Hive to celebrate the life and works of Thomas Habington (1560-1647), Worcestershire’s first historian.

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Habington Manuscript comes to Worcestershire Archive Service, March 2013

The very welcome announcement has just been made by The National Archives that custody of a collection of archives from the Lyttelton family of Hagley Hall (accepted by the nation...

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Roy Webb’s Redditch – Then and Now – Conservation for our Time

A member of the WHS, Tina Emily Webb-Moore, has published Roy Webb’s Redditch – Then and Now – Conservation for our Time.

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Honour for WHS Vice-President

The Society was delighted to hear the announcement that Andrew D. Harris, one of its Vice-Presidents, has been awarded an M.B.E. in the Queen's New Year's honours for 2013.

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