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The Perfect Christmas GiftWant to buy an interesting and thoughtful gift for someone this Christmas? Why not buy them a Hampshire Archives Trust membership? It’s so easy. = figures below relate to grants awarded since January 2019
🤍 2024Apr24 We will gather at the entrance of the museum at 1:30 to enable the tour to begin with an introduction to the history of the Bastion prior to concentrating on the contents of the museum consisting of a large collection of items displayed in a long wide gallery. Charles Haskell collected the fascinating items over […]
🤍 2024May22 Our visit will begin by gathering the free carpark for Basing House at 10.30am where we will be met by our morning guide, Alison Williams who will then take us on a tour of the village and the Church of St Mary’s. Old Basing is a charming strip village based around its central road The […]
The Hampshire Archives Trust has now launched this year’s History competition for secondary and sixth form students and undergraduates studying in Hampshire. We had some
One emergency grant of £199 was agreed for the successful purchase at auction by Hampshire Record Office of an album of photographs relating to the
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By making a financial gift to the HAT you are directly funding the preservation of valuable local history archives for future generations. The HAT awards grants to local history projects which are judged to be of particular historical value in Hampshire. Whether you’d like to make a one-off donation, leave a legacy in your will or make a regular donation, it is very straight-forward.
Stories from the Archives
In this episode, Daniella was joined by Dr Clifford Williams, a historian researching the history of the early gay and lesbian youth groups in England, to discuss LGBT histories in Hampshire. Clifford discusses his books A History of Women policing Hampshire and the Isle of Wight 1915-2016 (HCHS) (2016) and Courage to Be (The Book Guild Ltd) (2021), as well as LGBT figures in Hampshire and the materials available to research these stories.
Recovering the Overlooked Stories of Women Amateur Filmmakers: Exploring the collection of Wessex Film and Sound Archive (WFSA)
Amateur filmmaking, you might be surprised to know, has been characterised by some scholars as a “feminized cultural practice.” Why, you ask? Well, it all
This episode explores the history of Elizabethan Hampshire, during which Daniella was joined by Josh Harper, who is has a current role with the Visitor Experience, Collections, and Curatorial teams at the Mary Rose Museum in Portsmouth. During this episode, they discussed what was happening during Elizabeth I’s reign on a national and local scale, as well as what materials Josh used to study this period of history.
In this latest episode, Daniella had the opportunity to speak with Zoë Viney-Burgess, a doctoral candidate at the University of Southampton and Curator of Film at Wessex Film & Sound Archive (WFSA) in Winchester, about her research into women amateur filmmakers in Hampshire.