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Further guidance

Here are some of the resource pages put together by other organisations, including local and national bodies

Community Archives Toolkit, Scottish Archives (link to external website)

Comprehensive and well-organised guidance for community archives, covering topics from Collections Care to Legal Matters.
Source: Scottish Council on Archives, undated

Community archives toolkit from Norfolk Archives (link to external website)

Guidance and resources for community archive groups
Source: Norfolk archives, 2021

Good practice guidance from the Heritage Fund (link to external website)

Guidance provided to help projects. Includes support with meeting Heritage Fund outcomes, grant applications or establishing objectives.
Source: Heritage Fund, undated

Hampshire Archives (link to external website)

A concise set of basic guidelines.
Source: Hampshire archives, no date

Heritage Hub online training (link to external website)

This web resource created by archive professionals at Gloucestershire Archives covers aspects of collection care, collections management, digital preservation and oral history interviewing.
Source: Gloucestershire Archives

Oral History Society

Excellent and up to date guidance on collecting oral history, and conducting ethical and legal interviews, can be found from the Oral History Society in the UK.

Sporting Heritage toolkit

Here you will find guidance and support on how to manage, care and celebrate your heritage.
Source: Sporting Heritage, 2021

Women in Focus: A toolkit for archiving women’s amateur film (link to external PDF)

This toolkit advocates and provides support for a new approach to the cataloguing of women filmmakers in local, regional, and national archives
Source: Funded by UKRI-AHRC and the Irish Research Council

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