ABOUT THE ARGYLE ARCHIVE

The Argyle Archive – Plymouth Argyle Heritage Archive to give it its full title – is a volunteer-run registered charity dedicated to preserving and promoting the heritage of Plymouth Argyle Football Club. Formed in 2017 by enthusiastic fans, with support from the football club, PAHA is a registered charity regulated by the Charity Commission, whose articles promote cooperation between fans and club to safeguard memorabilia and other items of historical interest for the enjoyment of generations to come.

The charity’s governing document embodies PAHA’s fundamental aim that fans and club work together and ensures that neither has overall control. Above all, PAHA was formed to preserve, promote and educate, without profit. 

Objectives:

  • Acquire, preserve, maintain and display memorabilia and other artefacts associated with Plymouth Argyle Football Club and its antecedents.
  • Research, collect, collate and archive facts, documents or other materials of educational, artistic and/or historical value, which shall be made available in the public domain for research and perusal purposes.

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NEWS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS

Programmes needed

The Argyle Archive are seeking a number of programmes to complete our post war collections. Our aim is to have 3 copies of each programme

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Argyle display at Lipson Academy

On Thursday 21st November Trustee Bob Wright visited Lipson Co-operative Academy to deliver some more Argyle programmes to Learning Resource Centre Manager Alison Pope. Alison

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Programmes in the Community

Over the past month Plymouth Argyle Heritage Archive has donated a large number of Argyle programmes that will benefit both adults and children around the

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We Are Now a Charity

The Argyle Archive has been granted charitable status by the Charity Commission. Receiving charitable status is a significant boost for the Archive, according to chairman

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Another Little Evening

The Green Taverners Suite at Home Park is hosting a special evening with Graham Little, former club secretary at Argyle and the subject of an

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