Institution Name: Warwickshire County Council (Historic Environment Record)

Institute Description: To manage, maintain and provide information about the historic environment of Warwickshire to the public, researchers and commercial organisations.

Country: England (United Kingdom)

Approximate Collection Size (up to): 20 000

Collection Scope: RAF 1940s, Vertical 1960s/1970s, Survey of archaeological sites, historic landscapes, copies of other collections and own APs spanning 1930s-1990s.

Geographic and Time Coverage: Warwickshire County, Solihull Metropolitan Borough and parts of adjacent administrative areas (Coventry etc).

Media Format: Photographic prints, negatives, digital images

Accessibility: Accessible to the public, researchers, commercial organisations by physcial access to our office in Warwick. Some digital copies are available on our website but most are for inhouse use and not externally available. We want to fully digitise and make our APs available online (digitisation due to take place in 2013, no timetable yet for full web access).

Address: Archaeological Information and Advice, Communities, Warwickshire County Council, PO Box 43, Shire Hall, Warwick CV34 4SX, Warwickshire, UK



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