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Pembrokeshire Archives - Our Service

|pembrokeshire record office

Visiting the Archives in Person
There is no appointment system, but please bear in mind that the office can get very busy.  You will need to produce an Archives Wales Readers Ticket if you wish to view original documents at the Archives. 

You may book a computer/microfilm/fiche reader in advance.
Topic lists are available, free of charge, on various topics at the office. Alternatively, view the downloadable versions of our User Guide and Topic Lists.

Services available.
Motor Licence Transcripts - 2.00 on site, 3.00 per remote request. 
Research Service private individual - 20.00 per hour (for more details, please see below)
Research Service commerical - 30.00 per hour (for more details, please see below)
Free access to Ancestry.com and Find My Past (pre booking this service is advisable)


Photocopy service available at the office.
A4 - 15p
A3 - 30p
Computer printouts: A4 Black & White - 15p
A4 Colour - 30p
A3 Colour - 60p
Microfilm/Microfiche Printout: 60p

Photocopying requested via post:
First five copies at 75p each, then normal charges apply (15p for A4, 30p for A3)
Microfilm/Microfiche Printouts - 1.50
We are unable to copy certain items. View our photocopying policy.

Research Service:
Our experienced staff, using the archives and facilities available at the Archives, may be able to help you with the following (relating to Pembrokeshire).
* Family history
* House/Building History
* Local History
* Transcription and translation


The fee is 20 per hour (30 for commercial companies). The price includes postage and any relevant copies of documents (where applicable).
All payments must be made in advance by cheque or Postal Order in Sterling, and made payable to "Pembrokeshire County Council". [It is currently not possible to pay by debit/credit card].
We normally suggest you begin with one hour's worth of research. If towards the end it looks like there is more to be discovered, our research staff will inform you in their reply.

Research Requests
Requests for research should be as specific as possible. The request must be accompanied by details of what you would like us to research, any relevant information you already have (including details of where your information came from), and any copies you may have

House History
If your research enquiry involves house history, your request should be accompanied by details of the location of the property, either marked on a modern map or with a grid reference.

Turnaround
Letters, faxes and emails will be acknowledged within three working days. Where appropriate, the customer will be provided with a written response within 15 working days, or within 10 working days if there has been no earlier acknowledgment. This is in accordance with Pembrokeshire County Council Customer Charter Standards
We will make every effort to search for the required information in the allotted time. However, we cannot guarantee that our research will always produce positive results. Pembrokeshire Archives cannot be responsible for errors or omissions.
Please ensure you supply a return address and e-mail address (where applicable).

Group Visits
We offer group visits to the Office, usually during office hours on Tuesdays, when our research room is available to accommodate such visits - these are available at 20.00 per group.  These focus on an introduction to Archives and include a tour behind the scenes and viewing of various archives of interest.

 







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