Information held in Denbighshire’s archives is now only a click away, with a new website launched to help people delve into the county’s history.
The new interactive website, one of the first of its kind in Wales, can be found by visiting: archives.denbighshire.gov.uk
The site has been 18 months in the making, developing and enhancing online services for researchers.
People can access details of collections held at Denbighshire, selected digital images, order digital copies, book to use the service and make online payments.
Archivist Sarah Roberts, said: “More and more people are using online resources for research to discover who lived in their house or the history behind their local area, church or schools.
“The new developments are in direct response to the changing needs of our researchers and online audiences."
Councillor Barbara Smith, Cabinet Lead Member for Modernisation, said: “These changes have only been possible because of the dedication of staff and volunteers working with the service. The website looks fantastic and provides users with an interactive platform to engage with the service in new ways."
The website has been supported by the National Archives and the Museums, Archives and Libraries Division of Welsh Government.