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Kensington and Chelsea Library will host a free lecture by David Prior from the
on Friday 29th May at 2.30pm.
David Prior is an Assistant Clerk of the Records at the Parliamentary Archives where he is responsible for public services and outreach. As part of his talk, David will look at some of the key collections relating to local and community history which are held by the Parliamentary Archives. David will describe how the Archives makes its collections accessible to users through exhibitions and online resources and how in particular they are working to develop links with local archives and community groups.
Tickets for the event are free on a first come, first served basis.
For more information and to book a place, please contact Rebecca Fawcett, Cultural Programmes Manager, at
This programme was developed in partnership with Kensington and Chelsea Borough Council and the Parliamentary Archives.
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