Here's a reminder to register for our Spring Conference 2022, which this year is an online conference, held over Zoom on three afternoon sessions, 4, 5, and 6 April. Registration is free, and open to all.
The full programme and registration forms are on our web site, as are papers for the Annual General Meeting, which will be held after the Seminar papers on Monday 4 April. (Members only at the AGM.)
We also have news of this year's Rural Museum Network seminars; the launch of Elizabeth Griffiths' book, Managing for Posterity: The Norfolk Gentry and their Estates, c.1450–1700, on 20 May; and a plea for help with a book to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the Ascott Martyrs. See the BAHS home page for more details.
Why not join the BAHS?
Membership is very good value: you will receive two issues of Agricultural History Review per year, and two issues of Rural History Today. You will also be supporting all our other activities: these newsletters, our web site, and LIBRAL, our online LIBrary of Rural and Agricultural Literature, which now contains nearly 1000 items. We are entirely dependent on members' subscriptions to continue this work. For membership details see our web site.
Secretary, British Agricultural History Society