Archives for February 2012

Tracing Your Service Women Ancestors

Whether you are interested in the career of an individual service woman or just want to know more about the part played by service women in a … [Read more...]





The Historical Atlas of the British Isles

This atlas covers the history of the British Isles from earliest times to the present day. The first hunter-gatherers, who crossed into what would … [Read more...]





Yorkshire Mining Veterans

Yorkshire Mining Veterans is an extraordinary collection of stories told by the Veterans of the mines. Their memories span nearly a century from … [Read more...]





Aspects of Rotherham 2

Following the highly successful Aspects of Rotherham, which sold out within two months of publication, Wharncliffe Publishing Limited are proud to … [Read more...]





Trams and Trolleybuses in Doncaster

'Trams and Trolleybuses in Doncaster' is the first book in the new series 'Transport Through The Ages', brought to you by Wharncliffe Books. This … [Read more...]





Bannockburn Heritage Centre looks forward to new exhibitions

Visitors to The National Trust for Scotland’s Bannockburn Heritage Centre will see the site for the last time this season, before it is demolished to … [Read more...]





Winged statue of Victory to return to Housesteads Roman Fort, Northumberland

Roman statue of Victory to return to Housesteads Roman Fort, Northumberland as part of a new exhibition. The statue returns for the first time … [Read more...]





The Dark Ages – The Viking Invasion of Wessex 878AD

The Viking Invasion of Wessex 878 AD is the second DVD in this sensational new series, The Dark Ages, which delves into a war-torn and obscure period … [Read more...]





Popular Erddig stays open for longer

For the first time in its 250 year history of one of Wales’s foremost great houses, Erddig, will open its doors to the public throughout … [Read more...]





The Yompers – With 45 Commando in the Falklands War

‘Yomping’ was revealed by the journalist Charles Laurence in 1982 as the word which the Royal Marines used to describe carrying heavy loads long … [Read more...]