Glamorgan Archives Booking Procedures
How do I book a place?
The best way to book is by email. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
If you do not use email you can contact us by phone on 029 2087 2299.
Please do not book a place if you, or anyone in your household, is showing any symptoms of Covid19:
- loss of sense of taste / smell
Our opening hours are Tuesday – Thursday, 10am – 12.30pm and 1.30pm -4pm.
Please note that we will close for one hour over lunch.
Bookings must be made in advance of your visit.
When booking, let us know if you would like to visit in the morning, in the afternoon, or for a whole day.
Each booking is for one person only. If two or more people wish to visit together, a seat will need to be reserved for each person.
If you require the use of a camera stand please book this in advance when reserving your table and documents
You can connect to our free public wifi using your own device
We cannot currently offer in person family history advice and guidance. Please contact us by email with your query and we will try our best to help.
When visiting Glamorgan Archives
Please consider wearing a face covering when moving around the building.
Wash or sanitise your hands on arrival
Please remember to bring a pencil with you when you visit. Pens and biros are not permitted in the searchroom.
If you are bringing a device that requires charging, please ensure that it is fully charged. We cannot guarantee access to a power socket.
If you need to pay for reprographics services, online payment is preferred. The staff can arrange this as required.
Our toilets are open.
If you need to cancel your booking please let us know as soon as possible so that we can allocate your space to another visitor.
The Glamorgan Archives building is fully accessible
How we ensure your visit is as safe as possible
All searchroom furniture and equipment is cleaned regularly.
We operate a strict clean hands policy at Glamorgan Archives. Staff will wash / sanitise their hands thoroughly before producing any documents for use in the searchroom.
Staff will wear face coverings when producing documents and moving around the building.