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VCH launches Shropshire VI, part 1; Richard Hoyle introduces his first issue as Director and General Editor; Durham and Hampshire update us on their projects; Simon Trafford writes on research training opportunities for local historians; Adam Chapman reports on this year's Counties Socieities Symposium and Lawrence Goldman (the new IHR Director) introduces himself.
VCH publishes Shropshire VI, part 1 and launches Derbyshire III; Sally Bevan introduces us to the VCH at the London Metropolitan Archive; Jessica Davies asks what Twitter might do for your county and we get the latest news from Miles Taylor.
VCH publishes and launches Northamptonshire VII and Eastnor; Kate Tiller reports on the The Great War at Home; Matt Bristow provides us with an interesting insight into Brutalist architecture in Corby and we get the latest news from Miles Taylor and Elizabeth Williamson.
VCH publishes and launches Staffordshire XI and Mapledurwell; Jonathan Blaney reports on the Connected Histories project; English Heritage introduces us to their Britain from Above website; Chris Thornton updates us on Lottery success in Essex; and we get the latest news from Miles Taylor and Elizabeth Williamson.
VCH presents volumes to Her Majesty the Queen and HRH The Princess Royal; Oxfordshire and Yorkshire volumes are published and launched;Stephen Mileson reports on the South Oxfordshire Project: Perceptions of Landscape, Settlement and Society, c.500-1650; Jean Morrin introduces us to the first of the VCH's new parish history publications; Anthony Tuck updates us on the Newport project in Essex;and we get the latest news from Miles Taylor and Elizabeth Williamson.
Oxfordshire and Wiltshire volumes are published and launched; Mary Siraut and Helen Mansfield tell us about youth outreach work in Somerset; we Explore Westminster Semaphore; Jessica Davies introduces the Links Campaign; and we get the latest news from Miles Taylor and Elizabeth Williamson.
Matthew Bristow introduces the learning and research resources which are now online; Phillimore tell us of their history and future plans; Hampshire volunteers give an insight into volunteering for the VCH; and we get the latest news from Miles Taylor and Elizabeth Williamson.
Jessica Davies reports on the launch of Cornwall II; Matthew Bristow announces the completion of Explore; Sylvia Pinches describes the work of Herefordsire volunteers; we say farewell to John Beckett, former Director of the VCH; and we get the latest news from Miles Taylor and Elizabeth Williamson.