The Essex Journal subscription forms have now been updated for volume 52 (the 2017 issues).
The Autumn issue of the Essex Journal has been sent to the printers and ought to be landing on doormats very soon if it hasn’t already. Autumn 2016
Dr James Bettley will be giving a talk on the subject of Chelmsford Through Time at the Essex Record Office on Saturday 29th October, so the timely printing of the accompanying article in the Autumn issue of the Essex Journal was essential. It should be a great event, here is the link: Chelmsford Through Time
The Essex Record Office is holding a conference on Norman Essex on 1st October 2016. Please see the attached poster for full details.
It has been a while in the making but the Spring 2016 issue has been published and should already be with subscribers. See here for more details on the Spring 2016 issue. If you would like to subscribe to the Essex Journal, please see here.
The new downloadable subscription and renewal forms have finally been added to the website. They are PDF files and can be found on the Subscribe page.
The funding target for the Essex Journal’s current project: The indexing of all 50 volumes of the Essex Journal has been reached! The project is now underway. Any further donations are still welcome and will be put towards printing hard copies and future projects for the Essex Journal. Thank you to everyone that has pledged support for this project.
Personal donations to the indexing project in October 2015 have reached £600. Thank you so much to the supporters of the Essex Journal. See the page where you can donate to the Essex Journal’s current project: The indexing of all 50 volumes of the Essex Journal. Any and all contributions are welcome and we appreciate all contributions.
The Autumn issue of The Essex Journal has now been published! We now have a full 50 years of continuous publication! Follow the link below for a picture of the cover and the contents: Autumn 2015
A sample article from the Essex Journal has now been uploaded to the Articles page. It is written by editor Neil Wiffen and covers Pillboxes of the GHQ Line in mid-Essex. Check it out!