Ancestry have made an announcement regarding the availability of the British Postal Service Appointment Books 1737-1969. For more information on this interesting new development - and a neat little video presentation featuring Tony Robinson - click here.
FindMyPast have unleashed 290,000 new parish records onto the market - covering Rugby, Suffolk, Sheffield and Handsworth Cemetery in Warks.
Check out the SoG's Summer Membership Offer. By the standards of the organisation's own hefty fees structure, this is actually quite a tempting little offer - especially if you're within easy reach of the society's HQ (which doesn't include me, unfortunately!).
The FFHS has released its July E-zine. Always worth a look.
The latest issue of Your Family Tree was published a couple of days ago - see here.
A reminder to Welsh researchers that Gwent Record Office will be closed from 30th July until October 2011 - see here. All to do with their move to new premises in Ebbw Vale.
Tracing Your Channel Island Ancestors by Marie-Louise Backhurst was published a few days ago - see the publisher's website for full details (thanks to James MacLaren for this news).
Your Family History magazine have posted a new competition, here.
Christine Woodcock has flagged a useful web resource which helps Scottish researchers identify the exact location of parishes - see her blog entry here.