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> Ashmolean Museum. <
PAST EXHIBITIONS. Ashmolean Museum. Membership gives you unlimited access to exhibitions, members only previews and curator led talks and tours, a members’ magazine and events handbook sent to your door, as well as discounts across our shop, restaurant and cafe. Join us today - your support helps keep our permanent collections free. The Ashmolean came into existence when the wealthy antiquary Elias Ashmole gifted his collection to the University in 1682. He did so ‘because the knowledge of Nature is very necessary to human life and health.’

> The National Archives. <
The National Archives. The official archive of the UK government. Our vision is to lead and transform information management, guarantee the survival of today's information for tomorrow and bring history to life for everyone. Our collection is one of the largest in the world, containing over 11 million historical government and public records.

> Discovery. The National Archives. <
1,000 years of history. Find records from The National Archives and over 2,500 archives across the UK. Discovery holds more than 32 million descriptions of records held by The National Archives and more than 2,500 archives across the country. Over 9 million records are available for download.

> Ambleside Oral History Group. <
Ambleside Oral History Group was born in 1976, just as mains electricity, television, second home ownership and the boom in leisure and tourism finally reached the remotest Lake District valleys. The influence of these new phenomena soon infiltrated local life and rapidly dragged small Lakeland villages out of the virtual time warp which geographical isolation had imposed on them through the first half of the 20th century.

> British Neuroscience Association (BNA). <
The British Neuroscience Association (BNA) is the largest UK organisation representing and promoting neuroscience and neuroscientists. Our members' interests cover the whole range of neuroscience, from ion channels to whole animal behaviour to real-life applications in the clinic and beyond. The origins of the BNA stretch back to the 1960s, when informal meetings of neuroscientists in the pub became formalised into what was then known as the Brain Research Association.

> The Crimean War Research Society <
The Crimean War Research Society (2014) was set up at the AGM in York on 26th April 2014 as successor to the original, but now dissolved CWRS (a registered charity). The CWRS has always had two main aims. Firstly, to honour and remember all those that fell in the war.