The National Library of Wales has introduced a new mode of contact, namely, an online Instant Chat Service. The times at which it will be available for use are somewhat restricted - hopefully the service will be extended in due course. See the announcement here.
Origins announced a few days ago that they have added 290,000 more names to their Wills collection - see here.
FindMyPast Ireland have added Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland 1899 to their collection.
An interesting exhibition is currently showing at Tower Bridge, London, entitled London in Black & White.
A special British History Explorer publication has been brought out by the BBC - a one-off effort which looks at 170 of the nation's top historical sites. See here.
Eneclann's latest newsletter can be found here, with its focus on County Kerry.
And here's a summary of forthcoming events:
- Saturday 9th July - SW Area Group Family History Fair, Weston-super-Mare;
- Saturday 9th July - Southwell Book Fair;
- Saturday 16th & Sunday 17th July - Festival of History, Kelmarsh Hall, Northants. Advanced booking required. The FFHS will be there.
I see that the HistoryToday website has started issuing regular 'History in the News' bulletins - see the latest instalment here.
Get stuck into Your Family Tree magazine's latest crossword.