(tel: 02380 8028 6150) The major starting point for the printed word and new research into any aspect of New Forest history. Maps, photographs, postcards and a small archive are available. Useful for family historians with parish registers for 1841 to 1901 held on archive.
Hold the premier collection of archive material.
Formally known as The Public Records Office, holds the official national records.
As well as holding an almost complete collection of books printed in this country, has a large manuscript collection.
Provides an index to the major collections of England and Wales held in both public and private libraries as well as record offices.
The Network comprises 6 Regional Programmes, collecting coastal monitoring data in a co-ordinated and systematic manner to serve the needs of coastal engineering and management.
SCOPAC is an influential network of local authorities and other key organisations that share an interest in the management of the shoreline of central southern England.
Foxhill round barrow cemetery submitted by Jim Champion.