Our new Archives Alive Project Co-ordinator

critical research paper format QueenSpark is delighted to announce Ali Ghanimi as the Co-ordinator for our Archives Alive project. Ali has been a project manager for 19 years in the public and voluntary sectors. She’s lives in Kemptown and is active in the local community. In 2012 she set up Free University Brighton to make education accessible to all. [...]

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Archives Alive – volunteers required

source url Would you like to play an important role in preserving and promoting Brighton and Hove’s unique heritage and learn new skills? QueenSpark Books, the UK's longest-running community publisher, has been documenting the lives of local people since 1972. We are seeking volunteers for our Heritage Lottery Funded project Archives Alive. The majority of QueenSpark books [...]

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Archives Alive – Book Editor required

click QueenSpark is seeking a Book Editor to contribute to our Archives Alive project, funded by Heritage Lottery Fund. It is a 2 year project that will increase public accessibility to, and engagement with, Brighton & Hove's heritage. It will utilise historical text, photographs, audio and print from QueenSpark's archive and a range of sources and [...]

The Book of Brighton, or, Brighton As It Was & As It Is (1881)

follow url The Book of Brighton, or, Brighton As It Was & As It Is is a witty 1881 guide to Brighton, as seen though Victorian eyes. We are re-publishing this delightful book which offers an insight into Brighton & Hove's many characters, its places of interest, and even postal collection times. Illustrated throughout with engravings, this publication [...]

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May 28th, 2018|

By popular demand – Backyard Brighton and Back Street Brighton re-published in one edition

argumentative essay help student Backyard/ Back Street Brighton Two of our most popular titles, Backyard Brighton and Backstreet Brighton, are now available for the first time in a single volume. This new edition combines two books which gather together photographs and reminiscences based on material gathered by Brighton Borough Council with the intention of creating a record of [...]

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April 28th, 2018|

Out Now: A People’s History of Brighton & Hove’s Seaside

i need help with homework In the past 45 years we've produced more than a hundred local history books, many of which have now been out of print for decades. So to celebrate our anniversary, we're making those books available as PDF downloads on a pay-what-you-like basis, and using some of those texts to create fresh anthologies. Our latest publication is [...]

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April 16th, 2017|
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