Miss Cullingford’s blog is one well worth following…if only because of the amount of energy she seems to possess! :

Collections in a Cold Climate

After an incredibly busy year, I’ve hit a sort of natural pause in professional activities.   Time to take a breath and look at what I’ve been doing and what’s coming up next.

My year was dominated by work on the RLUK Unique and Distinctive Collections Project, which coincided with a big gap in staff cover and mega building works at Bradford.   Thankfully, I now have staff again and the works are completed bar the snagging.  As for the UDC project, Draft 8 was accepted by the Project Board a week or so ago.  There are still tweaks to make and copy editing to do but these will be done in-house.  I’ll obviously be in close touch with what’s going on, but I’ve finished my formal involvement now.

I realise that since Easter 2011 I’ve spent a huge amount of my time when not at work on professional writing, first…

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