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What is it? Photography training day

Free training day to develop curatorial skills

What is it? Medals and Militaria training day

Free training day to develop curatorial skills

firstBASE goes live

A handy resource for social history enquiries

Freelance Project Support Officer role available

Project Support Officer needed for SHCG's ACE funded study days

Calling all conference non-attenders!

Tell us what kept you away from this year's conference

SHCG delves into the archives

Past SHCG Newsletters go online

The 1986-87 SHCG committee

Committee Members needed!

Elections will be held at this year's AGM on 12th July 2012

Call for contributions: SHCG Conference 2012

The organisers of the 2012 SHCG Conference are looking for contributions on the theme of

Firstbase

SHCG Seeks Consultant-Designer for New Version of FirstBASE

Find out more and download a tender brief and application form here.

Note Paper

2011 Conference Handouts Online

Some of the handouts used during the excellent Skills Development Sessions at the 2011 Conference are now available for download from the

Paper Sheets

Papers for this Year's AGM

The papers for 2011's Annual General Meeting are now available online for advance reading.

Peoples March for Jobs

Join the SHCG Committee!

Get involved and engage in some serious CPD by joining the SHCG committee at this year's AGM.

Old Photograph of Children

Advocacy for Social History Staff and Collections

SHCG have written to York Museums Trust to express their concern over recent cuts to social history staff.

Old Photograph of Children

Bookings Now Open for 2011 Conference

Bookins are now being taken for SHCG's 2011 conference: Who Do We Think We Are? Working with Social History Collections in the 21st Century

An Old Photograph of a Man at Work

Call for Papers: SHCG Conference 2011

The organisers of the 2011 SHCG Conference are looking for papers on the theme of

Old Photograph of a Man at Work

2010 Conference Papers Online

Some of the papers from the 2010 Conference, Big Impacts with Small Resources, are now available to read on-line.