Events include our annual Local History Day, regional conferences, and activities around the country planned jointly with other organisations. Visits are arranged to places of interest to local historians, often not easily accessible to individuals.
BALH aims to encourage interest and enthusiasm for local history amongst learners of all ages, and to share best practice, knowledge and skills. Our publications meet the needs of local historians for background information, and for practical advice and guidance about sources and methods.
Members receive The Local Historian, Local History News and the E-Newsletter four times a year, and have privileged access to conferences, specialist visits, and to the Discussion Forum and additional resources in the 'Members Only' area of this website.
The Local Historian contains articles on a very wide range of local history topics, including national overviews and local case-studies, as well as reviews and listings of new publications.
The Local Historian - Volume 49 Number 2 - April 2019Current issue »
Local History News is our quarterly magazine containing topical articles, shorter notes and reports for everyone interested in local history.
Local History News Number 131 Spring 2019Current issue »
This year, we were able to make audio recordings of the lectures given at Local History Day. These are: Professor Krista Cowman, University of…
As part of the CBA Festival of Archaeology 2019, the Historic Towcester Research group will be giving a free walk around Towcester Old Town…