Get involved in decision-making at The National Archives
We are looking for enthusiastic, committed people from all sections of our user community to act as delegates in a new User Advisory Group.
This group offers a unique opportunity to get involved in the decision-making process at The National Archives, representing the needs and views of users in discussions about our current services and future plans.
The new User Advisory Group is being set up following a review of the ways in which we consult our users. It will bring together delegates from different sections of our diverse user community and senior members of our staff.
Meetings will be held four times a year, at The National Archives in Kew. The first meeting will be held on 7 June.
The regular User Forum, open to all users of The National Archives, will continue to operate as usual.
Find out more, or express an interest in becoming a delegate in the new User Advisory Group.