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Len Reilly quits with prize

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Len Reilly, Head of Southwark Local Studies Library, is leaving to take charge of Sheffield’s Archives and Local Studies.

Len Reilly
Len Reilly announcing his resignation as Head of Southwark Local Studies Library.
He made the announcement when accepting the Alan Ball Local History Award from the Library Services Trust for his book The Story of Bankside. Co-author Geoff Marshall was also honoured.

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Reilly receiving the award for his book the Story of Bankside.
Present was Len's colleague Stephen Humphrey who received a Special Commendation for his book Southwark in Archives.
Len Reilly said that Southwark's rich history resulted in the Local Studies Library receiving more enquiries than any other local history library apart from the City and Westminster.

Both books are on sale at Southwark Cathedral bookshop.

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