The Suffolk Review
The Suffolk Review is the main publication of the Suffolk Local History Council and is produced each Spring and Autumn. Every issue typically contains between three and five essays on a great variety of local historical subjects.
You can view an example of a recent issue on-line from this page. SLHC Members will, of course, receive the latest issue as soon as it is published.
Articles are welcomed both from members and non-members. Whilst the Suffolk review is not an academic journal we do take pride in maintaining the highest quality, with the intention that the articles should contribute to a growing body of knowledge about Suffolk History. If you are interested in submitting an article for consideration, then please contact the Honorary Suffolk Review Editor:
An index to the titles of all the essays published in the Review, now nearly 520 articles, is available in the link from this page.
Published since 1969, the Newsletter contains useful information for local historians working in Suffolk and appears twice each year. The Newsletter features reports on recent and forthcoming SLHC events, book reviews, information on our society members and Recorders, as well as news about the local history community within Suffolk.
Material for inclusion in the Newsletter should reach the editor at least one month before the publication date. You may contact the Honorary Newsletter Editor by email: email@example.com
Calendar of Events
The Calendar of Events lists forthcoming lectures and courses on historical subjects in and around Suffolk, including the programmes of talks organised by many of our member societies.
If you or your society would like to have an event listed in the Calendar, please contact the Honorary Calendar Editor by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
List of Speakers
The SLHC maintains a list of speakers on many aspects of Suffolk history, which is produced biennually. Please contact us for further information: email@example.com
The list is updated twice every year before being emailed to member societies in March and August. If societies have suggestions for speakers, then please let us know: firstname.lastname@example.org