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Nottinghamshire Archives will temporarily close to the public from Saturday 18 October. During the closure you can still contact staff by email, phone or post to get some documents reproduced.

Reprographic services

Copies of many archive documents can be made. Browse the list of services for details of availability and charges.

Certified CopiesCertified copies can be supplied of the following records: entries from parish registers: baptisms, marriages and burials entries from confirmation registers entries from court registers entries from school admission registers entries from vehicle licensing registers
Digital reprographics service Colour Digital reprographic orders will be processed within one week. Completed orders can either be collected from archives reception or be posted for an additional £3.00 postage and handling, or at cost for large or overseas orders. Many documents which cannot be photocopied may be photographed. However, the following applies: very fragile, large or difficult items cannot be...
Microfiche and microfilm copiesCopies of microfilm or microfiche can be purchased from the Archives for you to view with your own microfiche reader. Parish register microfiche for individual parishes (from the earliest entries down to c1950) can be supplied to members of the public. Other sources on microfiche or film may be available: please contact us to find out more.
Microfiche reader printer copies (by staff)Our staff are able to provide copies from microfiche. This service is available by post only.   We can provide five individual copies per order. The following microfiche can be copied: Parish registers: please supply the name of the parish (and the church for larger parishes) and the exact date Census: please supply the name of the village or town and the...
Microfiche reader printer copies (self-service)A coin-operated reader printer is available in the search room for public (self-service) use. The machine does not give change. Copyright limitations apply. This service is available only to visitors of Nottinghamshire Archives. Documents available on microfiche include census returns, parish registers (c 1538 - 1950) and Archdeaconry court of Nottingham wills and inventories.
Photocopying - by staffStaff can provide photocopies of original archives (subject to the restrictions listed below), library materials and finding aids.  In addition, visitors to Nottinghamshire Archives can use the self-service photocopying service to make copies of library materials and finding aids. Collection of completed photocopying requests can usually be made from archives reception after 10.30 a.m. the...
Photocopying - same dayPhotocopies can be provided on the same day as your visit, but is dependent upon how busy the archives search room is, and may need to be suspended on very busy days. The service is only available for small orders.
Photocopying - self-serviceVisitors to Nottinghamshire Archives can use the self-service photocopier to take copies of library materials and finding aids.  These are subject to copyright regulations. Please note: original archives cannot be photocopied using the self-service copier.
Specialist photographyIt may be possible to undertake specialist photographic orders, not covered by the above options, through an external photographic firm. However, please contact us well in advance to discuss the options available and the related prices.
Using your own cameraIt is possible for you to use your own camera to take photographs of documents in the archive research area. Photography is not permitted in the general search areas. This service is available only to visitors of Nottinghamshire Archives, and is at the discretion of the Duty Archivist. Copyright limitations apply.
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