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How to Read Old Handwriting

Taking place on the 12th of Nov 2018 at 10:15 AM to 2:45 PM

Location: Berkshire Record Office, 9 Coley Avenue, Reading, Berkshire, RG1 6AF, England

Ever wanted to learn how to read old handwriting?

Come along to our introduction to reading handwriting found in documents at the Berkshire Record Office from c.1500 to 1700 and discover how.

A previous attendee said the workshop was: "Very well delivered, handouts clear and informative, went at the right pace. Informal, pleasant learning environment. Excellent course.". So what are you waiting for? Book a place today!

Cost: £20 per person.

When: 12th November 2018 - 10.15 to 14.45

There are 10 places available.

Refreshments will be included, but attendees need to bring their own lunch, paper and pencils.

To book a place, please call on 0118 937 5132 or email via the online Contact Us form: www.berkshirerecordoffice.org.uk/ContactUs/

 

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