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If you have a site related to the history, past and present, of a Birmingham Area or District which you would like to be considered for inclusion on this links page then please click here.

Archaeology Department 
The official Birmingham City Council Archaeology Department Website.

Birmingham Conservation Trust
is a charity which exists ‘to preserve and enhance Birmingham’s threatened architectural heritage and to promote an enjoyment and understanding of the city’s historic buildings.

Birmingham Forum 
Your forum for all things Birmingham. Register to post, it just takes a few seconds. 

Birmingham Heritage Forum ( Download PDF Flip Book )
Here you will find details of Sites in and around Birmingham of interest to visitors and local people alike.

Birmingham Icknield Male Voice Choir
The history of the oldest choir in Birmingham. 1900 – 2006

Birmingham Tours
Specialist walking and driving tours of Birmingham. Professional city guides to make the most of your time in Destination Birmingham.

Forward Models
Take a nostalgic look at an iconic bus – the Birmingham Standard of the 1950s

History of Birmingham Places and Placenames …. A to Y
William Dargue tells the fascinating story of Birmingham’s placenames. Many districts still bear the name given by the Anglo-Saxons a thousand years ago – and some are older still.

Old Ladywood 
This site covers the Ladywood area of Birmingham and includes an excellent bibliography of books on old Birmingham the various Districts.

Sisters of Mercy
Pugin-built central hub for the Sisters of Mercy of Great Britain with conducted tours of the heritage trail and chapel. Visit this site to find out more about tours, retreats and spirituality’ .

The Icknield Shield 
The history of the shield presented to the Adult School Union in 1910, by Barrow Cadbury & his wife Geraldine Southall.

The Warwickshire Local History Society
The website of The Warwickshire Local History Society, includes links to other Warwickshire History websites.

Local-History Online
We are registered with the Information Commissioner’s Office. We maintain a database which contains contact details for local and family history societies and course providers. All of the information in our database has been obtained either from sources which are already public, i.e. web sites, or directly from societies/course providers.

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No more wriggling out of writing ……
Hi, my name is Suzie Grogan and I am a freelance professional researcher and writer on topics as diverse as social exclusion, social and family history (with particular reference to the history of mental health treatment and 19th & 20thC London) and women’s health issues.

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