producing a twice yearly journal, the
Suffolk Review, which publishes current
research on Suffolk local history.
circulating a twice yearly Newsletter
keeping members in touch with the local
history scene across the county of
producing a twice yearly Calendar of
Events listing lectures, courses and
exhibitions of interest to local
a yearly lecture on a topic of recent
historical research given at our AGM
held each November.
a local history conference featuring
talks and presentations of recent
Societies Day – a forum for our member
Day Meetings hosted by our member
societies for members to learn more
about their area of Suffolk.
running the Recorders’ Scheme – to
ensure that changes taking place at
local level are adequately recorded for
offering small loans to help towards
the research and publication of aspects
of Suffolk’s history.
liaising with organisations, such as
the Suffolk Record Office, in the
promotion of similar interests.
PLEASE NOTE: The Suffolk
Local History Council has no expertise in
family history, and is not able to help
directly with family history queries. We
would suggest that you contact the Suffolk Record
Office and the Suffolk Family