We're beginning to slip into hibernation mode, events-wise, though there are still a few get-togethers worth taking into consideration...
- Friday 25th November - Catalogue Day at The National Archives, London (still time to register if you're very quick);
- Saturday 26th November - Pub History Society Conference/Workshop, London (again, still time to register);
- Sunday 27th November - Northampton Book Fair;
- Sunday 27th November - Performing Arts Book Fair, London;
- Postcard Fairs at Porchester (26th), Powick (26th), Bloomsbury (27th), Stockport (29th), Digbeth (30th) - see here (please check with organisers before travelling).
The Guild of One-Name Studies has issued a Newsflash, which includes brief details of its 2012 Conference (among other things).
From Ireland: details of the Ulster History & Genealogy Summer School (June 2012) + the latest Eneclann newsletter with its county focus on Galway and seasonal focus on Christmas.
The National Archives seem likely to be closed on Wednesday 30th November as a result of industrial action - see here. And it'll not be the only institution closed on the day in question - please remember to check before you travel on 30th, wherever you plan to go.
TNA have also posted a short article on the subject of the Suffragettes (and related records) - see here.
The Family Recorder blog gives us a short-but-sweet insight into the mysteries of the genealogical cruise.
John Reid points us in the direction of a neat website on the subject of 'Mapping London'.
WDYTYA? Magazine's website has revealed the result of its 'favourite episode' survey from the recent TV series.
And I'm just a wee bit too late with this one: the BBC's Heir Hunters TV show has gone prime time. But don't worry, as I'm sure you'll be able to pick it up on the BBC iPlayer.