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amberley hall 1The Tools and Trades History Society is an educational charity, whose aim is to further the knowledge and understanding of hand tools and the trades in which they were used.


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The TATHS website is full of fascinating material and is growing rapidly. As the new webmaster, I am continually amazed at how much content we have and what a wonderful source of information it represents. The problem is finding it all!

I am starting to make a few changes to the structure of the website. Those of you who visit regularly may find some of your favourite locations have moved around a bit  and I apologise for any confusion. I hope it is all for the best.   

As a start I have created a new top level menu called Reading to hold the growing amount of content we are making available to visitors to the site. You can find it at the right hand side of the blue menu bar above. It provides access to the TATHS free e-books, edited by Andy Tuckwell (to whom many thanks), to the publicly available downloads and to other Societies' periodicals. I expect other categories to follow shortly so keep watching this space!

Regular visitors will also see that I have moved the section on Queries from the Tools and Trades menu and given it a separate heading on the top menu. This is one of the most active (and interesting) sections of the whole site and I am keen to encourage everyone to take a look  at at the outstanding queries and to contribute their thoughts.  

Bob Evans