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Documenting the coronavirus
A number of community archives have responded to our appeal, asking them to share how they are documenting coronavirus.
Postgraduate Study on Community Archives and Museums – Can You Help?
Lorna Elms is trying to identify any UK-based digital community archiving projects supported by a museum partnership or collaboration, to inform the international context for her study.
One day training event on the identification and care of sound and moving image collections
Planned for later this year is a one day training event on the identification and care of sound and moving image collections.
Plymouth LGBT Archive Wellbeing Case Study
The Plymouth LGBT Archive is an award winning community archive which was designed and created to shine a light on the rich life and histories from the lesbian, gay bisexual and trans communities past and present in the city.
Posters at the 2020 CAHG Conference
We can provide guidelines, templates, examples of posters, and pay to have it professionally printed.
Community Archive & Heritage Awards 2020
Our annual Awards are open to all community groups in the UK and Ireland who are members of CAHG.
CAHG conference, 2020
We are sorry to announce the cancellation of the CAHG 2020 Conference due to Coronavirus restrictions.
Apply for an award
The deadline for the 2020 Community Archive awards is June 30th
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Check out our resources section for the best available online advice and guidance for community archives.
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