CHAC | Community Heritage Center Yeovil
At the Community Access Heritage Centre there are a range of services that we provide which can help with your research and interest. Please see below for a list of these charges.
New Fees and Charges from 1st April 2017
Please note that charges for services from 1st April 2017 will be:
Research: First e-mail or telephone enquiry free, then a minimum charge of £5.
Identification Service: Free
Talks to outside groups: £40
CHAC Tours: £2 per person between 9am and 5pm, £5 per person after 5pm.
Gloving Loan Boxes: £24 per box per term inc VAT
6 x 8 £7.20 inc VAT
10 x 8 £14.40 inc VAT
10 x 10 £14.40 inc VAT
Yeovil in the Past calendar: £6 each
Yeovil Greetings cards: £1.50 each or pack of five £7.50
Yeovil Postcards: 50 p each or three for £1, pack of 6 are £2
First World War Booklet: £3.50
Other publications: £2
Photograph to be used for publication: £75.
One of the main services that we provide is answering a range of enquiries on a variety of topics. These can range from the simple to the complex and come from a diverse background, family historians, academic researchers, businesses and interested locals.
The Heritage Centre strives to hold exhibitions around South Somerset showcasing our collections when possible. These exhibitions highlight items of local history and will be noted in the news sections when one is on going. We have a permanent display case in the foyer of the Town House in Yeovil, the current items on display are a range of objects relating to crime and punishment in Yeovil.
The Heritage Centre also runs Finds afternoons where members of the public may bring in archaeological objects for identification by the local Finds Liaison Officer. These are normally held every 2 months and news of these will be detailed on the website as one approaches.
Private tours can be arranged by request by calling 01935 462855 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
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