Community Archives and Heritage Group seminar

On a cold, wet and very autumnal (dare I say, bordering on wintery) Monday morning, almost forty representatives from a diverse range of organisations concerned with community archives met at the Devon Heritage Centre, formerly the Devon Record Office. The

Stop Press – Our first Google+ hangout on air

On Google+, we have developed a community (for members and non-members) to bring together family and local historians who want to learn more about one-place studies or want to meet up with others who are actively working on their one-place

Diary of an OPSer

Life has been very hectic on the OPS front recently. Not sure I even have time to write this blog! Just this week I have: Rediscovered a copy of the booklet written about the history of our local school in

Ready, Set, Go!

You may have noticed that we are taking turns writing blog posts here at the Society for One-Place Studies. You are going to be hearing from a variety of voices, seeing words spelled differently or terms you might not be

OPS travel

You might be a spontaneous traveller – you don’t research, you don’t make lists, you just book transportation, show up and then see where your whims take you. Alternatively you might be an OPS traveller. This week I showed up

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