First PAHA Newsletter

The first PAHA newsletter has been sent out to all subscribers! You can read the newsletter here: https://mailchi.mp/86895403deea/argyle-archive-newsletter?e=9a7aa42bd2 Sign up for the PAHA mailing list using the form at www.argylearchive.org.uk

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 had used an initial delivery of programmes to create a display in the learning centre which had become the subject of much discussion between students and staff. Alison had photocopied the […]

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 city. In October the Archive donated over 2000 programmes that will be distributed to local schools and libraries by Plymouth City Council’s Community Connections team. Then in November the Archive […]

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 Russell Moore. “This really is wonderful news and is a status we have been striving towards since the formation of the Archive nearly three years ago.” “All of the club’s […]

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 outstanding new book released in the past month. Little on the Inside is available to purchase from www.argylebooks.co.uk and features entertaining stories, insight and revelations from his 26 years as […]

PAHA Tweets

Whilst our aim is to preserve the past, the Argyle Archive is keen to make the most of the present. So good news: we have a Twitter account! Search for @argylearchive or see our timeline at twitter.com/argylearchive