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FRIENDS OF SUFFOLK RECORD OFFICE (FOSRO) APPEAL FOR FUNDS FOR “THE JOHN BLATCHLY LOCAL STUDIES LIBRARY” AT THE HOLD

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Suffolk Archives Foundation

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Total raised
£11,198.25

Target
£100000.00

11%

Donations accepted until 31-12-2018

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THE HOLD is Suffolk Record Office’s ambitious project to develop a new flagship heritage facility and a reshaped Record Office service, located within Ipswich’s unique and regenerating Waterfront. The project is supported by heritage organisations across Suffolk and has received initial support from the Heritage Lottery Fund.

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To play their part, the Friends of the Suffolk Record Office have stepped in to help create one key aspect of the vision – a library of Suffolk books, bringing together the printed history of the county in all its aspects. It will be named after one of many historians who have contributed to our understanding of our county’s past, Dr John Blatchly. Our target is £100,000 to build and fit out “The John Blatchly Local Studies Library” in THE HOLD. We are working with a fellow charity, the Suffolk Archives Foundation (SAF), to raise money for this important element of the new building.
 
Please donate generously now. Thank you.
 
Friends of Suffolk Record Office (FOSRO)
www.fosro.org.uk
 

Event date

01-March-2017 00:00  - 
31-December-2017 00:00

Event type

The John Blatchly Local Studies Library

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Donations

Donation by Anonymous
on 11-09-2017
£30.00
£7.50 gift aid

Donation summary

Online Donations: £30.00
Offline Donations: £11,168.25
Total Raised: £11,198.25
Total Raised
with gift aid:    £11,205.75

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