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Marvels of the month

Every week, a wide assortment of archive documents and local studies material from a variety of sources passes through our doors to join the six miles of records in our strongrooms. Behind the scenes, we work closely with the records, diligently cataloguing, cleaning, conserving and packaging them so that they can be made available to the public. It's work that we thoroughly enjoy, and everyone here has a tale to tell: whether it's the story behind a favourite book, the background to an unusual collection, or how we repaired a very fragile document.

Each month, the Surrey Heritage teams showcase their own particular "Marvels of the Month".

Our May Marvel reveals the restoration of Sir William More's journal from the Loseley Manuscripts.

Our April Marvel explores the growing popularity of cycling in the county since the 1870s.

Our March Marvel revealed extraordinary First World War training notes and hand-drawn plan of Deepcut and Blackdown Camps.

Our February Marvel examined one of the most infamous icons of Victorian Britain.


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