The closing date for applications for the Learning & Participation Officer is tomorrow, 21st March at 12pm Midday!! If you still wish to apply, please email email@example.com for an application pack.
We are now looking to recruit a new position in connection with the HLF project: Learning and Participation Officer The Angus Library and Archive 2 years 9 months, part-time, 20 hours p/w £22,000 pro rata Regent’s Park College (RPC), a Permanent Private Hall of the University of Oxford, has a part-time, grant- funded position… Read more »
The main part of a HLF Round 2 application is the Activity Plan. This is a comprehensive document that discusses in detail the project and more specifically the outreach activities that will be udertaken as part of the project. If you would like to look at the Activity plan it is now available to view… Read more »
This week, has been very busy with the project recieving coverage in the local media.
Regent’s Park College (RPC), a Permanent Private Hall of the University of Oxford, has a full-time, 3 year, grant- funded position for a Project Administrator. RPC has recently secured funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) and Baptist Union’s Newington Court Trust to deliver an exciting project which will enable The Angus Library and Archive… Read more »
Well 2013 is here which means the start of our exciting new project.Thank you everyone for your congratulations it has been a long road thus far but now the fun starts.CoverageThe news has spread and has been reported in the news section of the National Archives website and in the online denominational newsletter Baptist Times. We are continuing to… Read more »
Oxford’s Regent’s Park College has received £488k from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) and The Baptist Union Newington Court Fund (BUGB) to provide opportunities for people to learn about the important part Baptists played in the history of the United Kingdom and the world. The project will also safeguard this unique and important part of… Read more »
[Title in Syriac] Liber sacrosancti evangelii de Iesu Christo … In urbe Viennae … hoc opus anno a Christi nativitate MDLV  XXVII Septembris Regiis impensis. Caspar Craphtus Elvangensis suevus characteres Syros ex norici ferri acie sculpebat. Michael Cymbermannus prelo et operis suis excudebat. [I.488] (Darlow & Moule 8947) The first book printed in Syriac… Read more »
The Newe Testament of our saviour Jesu Christe faythfully translated out of the Greke … [Colophon: Imprynted at London by Rycharde Jugge, dwellynge in Paules churche yarde at the signe of the byble. Vvith the kynge his mooste gratious lycence, and privilege, forbyddynge all other men to print or cause to be printed, this, or… Read more »
The early nineteenth century was a period of feverish book collecting among the well-to-do in Britain and the rest of Europe. One important collection of books in England was that of a lady called Frances Richardson Currer of Eshton Hall in Yorkshire. Thomas Dibdin, Earl Spencer’s librarian at Althorpe, thought she was the most important… Read more »