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Today we have another Great Seal to show you. This one is the seal of Henry IV, and is on document SS395. The document itself is also interesting - ...

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Dippy the Dinosaur is on tour, so we wondered what fossil-related items might be hiding in the catalogue. We found this letter from Lady Lilford in 18...

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Today marks 100 years to the day of Royal Assent of the Act which gave some women the right to vote. One of the most famous Suffragettes was Emily Wi...

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Another Great Seal from the collection. This one is of George 1st, and the document is from 1720. The seal itself is going to be carefully repackage...

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test highways news release
31/08/2016 22:00
Northamptonshire County Council’s Cabinet will next month (September 6th) discuss plans to add an additional 105 new places at Wollaston Community Primary School.
31/08/2016 22:00
This summer’s Women’s Tour was watched by a record-breaking 80,000 people in Northamptonshire – 12,500 more than last year.