Following Government advice on the coronavirus, we are now closed. Please do not visit us until further notice.
With apologies, but we are unable to receive visitors, answer the telephone or respond to email enquiries for the forseeable future.
We do still have access to our social media feeds so please contact us on Twitter and Facebook if you have an enquiry and we will do our best to help. See the links at the top and bottom of the web page to access our social media feeds.
We will aim to update our website and social media feeds as best we can as things change.
Please do not travel to us and adhere to official advice to protect yourselves and others: Public Health England
Part of looking after archives is making sure that they continue to survive, and that any damage to them is made good. We have specialist staff who spend their time attending to this intricate work.
Conservation is repairing damage, while preservation is protecting things from risk of damage.
We undertake conservation through paper, parchment and seal repair, bookbinding, and some photographic work.
We preserve documents by packaging them for storage, constructing protective wrappings, removing materials such as staples and sellotape, and monitoring the environmental conditions in our strongrooms.
To find out more about our conservation services, please contact us.
Do you have old, faded or damaged photographs? We can fix a wide variety of defects with no harm to the original image.
We do this by creating and then editing a digital copy to make your pictures look as good as new. Each photograph is treated on an individual basis and prices start from £14.00 (from 1st April 2019 prices will start £16.00).
Please Contact us for a quote.