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Scottish Records Association Conference 2014

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The Scottish Records Association will hold its 2014 conference on 6 November in Linlithgow, with a focus on records relating to Scotland's common land and common good.

Delegates are welcome to book any time until 4 November, with the event taking place at Linlithgow's Burgh Halls, where speakers will be discussing the variety of records on offer, the trials and tribulations of using them, and giving an insight into current research that is being carried out in this field.

There will be two sessions – one focusing on Common Lands and one focusing on Common Good and the full programme is available from the Scottish Records Association website. The fee is £19 per SRA member/their guest/ £22 non member/ £19 student/unwaged.

To book a place on the conference, e-mail Kirsteen Mulhearn.

 
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