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  1. 215 votes
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  2. Hemel Hempstead Gazette and other Herts. local papers

    This is my local paper and its back numbers are used by myself and many other local historians as it holds a wealth of information on the area around Hemel Hempstead frm 1850. It is still published.

    8 votes
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    Good news! – Hemel Hempstead Gazette and West Herts Advertiser fits our inclusion criteria. We have researched the BL catalogue and it is available to us for digitisation. We have added the following years to our Digitisation Plan: 1867-1899

    We are looking forward to digitising this!

    Please be aware that until we have received the material into our studio and checked it, it is not possible to guarantee that it will be digitised.

    Best wishes,
    Team BNA

  3. Whitby Gazette

    A long running paoer covering the history of Whitby, Yorkshire

    13 votes
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    Good news – Whitby Gazette fits our inclusion criteria! We have researched the BL catalogue and it is available to us for digitisation. We have the following years on our Digitisation Plan: 1854-1871.

    Please be aware that until we have received the material into our studio and checked it, it is not possible to guarantee that it will be digitised.

    Best wishes,
    Team BNA

  4. 50 votes
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  5. Dean Forest Mercury

    Dean Forest Mercury

    69 votes
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  6. Leighton Buzzard Observer

    Leighton Buzzard Observer

    9 votes
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    Hi guys, we have some good news! – Leighton Buzzard Observer and Linslade Gazette fits our inclusion criteria. We have researched the BL catalogue and it is available to us for digitisation. We have added the following years to our Digitisation Plan: 1863-1918

    We are looking forward to digitising this!

    Please be aware that until we have received the material into our studio and checked it, it is not possible to guarantee that it will be digitised.

    Best wishes,
    Team BNA

  7. The Illustrated News of the World

    Published from 1858-1862. The editor despatched artists to record local events outside LondonL Their work was converted into engravings and printed.

    7 votes
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  8. 11 votes
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  9. 338 votes
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  10. Blackburn Mail

    First newspaper printed in Blackburn in 1783

    3 votes
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  11. 6 votes
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    Paul,
    thank you for your suggestion. Good news! – Leicester Mail fits our inclusion criteria. We have researched the BL catalogue and it is available to us for digitisation. We have added the following years to our Digitisation Plan: 1865-1870

    We are looking forward to digitising this!

    Please be aware that until we have received the material into our studio and checked it, it is not possible to guarantee that it will be digitised.

    Best wishes,
    Team BNA

  12. Scottish Sport

    Scottish sports paper, great for researcher of sports.

    385 votes
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  13. Mining Journal

    Mining Journal for its news of mines etc and correspondence columns giving an insight into methods and opinions of the time

    90 votes
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  14. News of the World

    Some may laugh but the NoW is an invaluable source of extra information regarding court cases in particular, providing colour and additional background information on the protagonists. Don't underestimate its value to the historian/researcher - whether amateur or professional. If you don't believe me then compare and contrast a Times report with the same case in the NoW.
    I'm especially keen for access to the archive from the early half of the 20th century.
    Please lend your support.

    85 votes
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  15. The Fife Free Press and The Glenrothes Gazette

    The Fife Free Press would be very popular here because not only does it cover the largest town in Fife but also lot's of town's and villages surrounding Kirkcaldy.The Glenrothes Gazette although only been in print since the 1950's would be of great interest to residents of Fife's newest large town and also the surrounding villages.

    16 votes
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    Gary,
    Thank you for your suggestion. The good news is that The Fife Free Press, & Kirkcaldy Guardian. fits with our criteria for inclusion. 1900 – 1945 have been added to our digitisation plan. Hurrah!
    Please note that due to a huge number of titles and years on our digitisation plan, it is extremely difficult for us to say when the first issue will make it through the ‘digitisation sausage machine’ and on to the British Newspaper Archive.

    Regarding, the Glenrothes Gazette, unfortunately due to copyright and IPR restrictions (and that’s provided we have an agreement in place with the publisher!), we can currently only digitise up to the early 1950s. For that reason, we’ll have to leave out the Glenrothes Gazette as a possibility for digitisation.

    Best wishes,

    Team BNA

  16. 2 votes
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    Good news! – Buckingham Advertiser and Free Press fits our inclusion criteria. We have researched the BL catalogue and it is available to us for digitisation. We have added the following years to our Digitisation Plan: 1854-1955

    We are looking forward to digitising this!

    Please be aware that until we have received the material into our studio and checked it, it is not possible to guarantee that it will be digitised.

    Best wishes,
    Team BNA

  17. World's Fair

    This newspaper has been published weekly since 1904 for Britain's fairground people. It provides a unique insight into the history of travelling fairs and amusement parks and the lives of the men and women behind them.

    47 votes
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  18. Eastwood & Kimberley advertiser.

    Eastwood & Kimberley advertiser.

    16 votes
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  19. Tipton Herald or Dudley Herald and other Black Country Media

    There good coverage for the Birmingham area but not the Black Country

    187 votes
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  20. Beverley Guardian

    Beverley Guardian/Advertiser would be terrific as it covered lots of news for the East Riding of Yorkshire areas that wasn't always covered in other papers such as the Hull Daily Mail

    63 votes
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    Good news – The Beverley Guardian fits our inclusion criteria! We have researched the BL catalogue and it is available to us for digitisation. This title is only available to scan from the original paper (i.e. has not been previously microfilmed). Due to the British library’s move of the physical paper archive from Colindale to the custom built storage unit in Boston Spa, the paper is under embargo and we cannot digitise from paper until the new year. However, the good news is that we have the following years on our Digitisation Plan: 1856-1871.

    Please be aware that until we have received the material into our studio and checked it, it is not possible to guarantee that it will be digitised.

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