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The Sheffield culture guide written by in-the-know locals

Join Suzie Wright of Sheffield Archives and Jon Newman of Lambeth Archives as they explore some of their collection highlights that offer insights into local LGBTQ+ history, and discuss ways to better collect such materials for the future.

The recording will be available from midday on Monday 8th February via the links below:

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