Ireland dominates the news today. First up is a chance to collect some bargains in the National Library of Ireland's shop sale - it's closing down on 15th July and 'everything must go', as they say.
The latest newsletter from Eneclann can be found here.
The Genealogical Society of Ireland's regular online effort, Ireland's Genealogical Gazette (June issue) is available via this link.
And thanks to the Irish Roots Facebook page for letting us know of this series of free Dublin lectures.
Elsewhere, the July issue of BBC History Magazine is now available.
And here are this weekend's forthcoming events (if you are aware of any more then let me know):
- Saturday 25th June - Yorkshire Family History Fair, York Racecourse;
- Saturday 25th June - Scottish Association of FHS Conference, Edinburgh;
- Sunday 26th June - Heart of England Book Fair, Solihull.
On a topical note, there's a look back at the life of 1930s British tennis star, Fred Perry, here.
A nice glimpse at some of the exhibits on display at the new Bristol Museum, MShed, can be found here.
And, call me cruel, but this tickled my funny bone.