Catalogue description BLYTH RURAL DISTRICT COUNCIL RECORDS

This record is held by Suffolk Record Office, Ipswich Branch

Details of EF 13
Reference: EF 13
Title: BLYTH RURAL DISTRICT COUNCIL RECORDS
Description:

SUMMARY

 

1 Clerk's Department

 

1 Minutes

 

2 Councillors

 

3 Loans

 

4 Byelaws

 

5 Inventory

 

6 Review of Rural Districts

 

7 Common Lands/Village Greens

 

8 Electric Supply

 

2 Finance Department

 

1 General ledgers

 

2 Treasurer's ledgers/account books

 

3 Wages books

 

4 Superannuation

 

5 Rate books

 

6 Valuation lists

 

7 Land Drainage Act 1930

 

3 Engineers and Surveyor's Department

 

1 Plans

 

2 Water supply

 

3 Air raid shelters

 

4 E C Kitchner, Engineer and Surveyor

 

4 Housing Department

 

1 General ledger

 

2 Housing registers

 

3 Rent books

 

5 Public Health Department

 

1 Reports

 

2 Statistics

 

3 Registers of Notifications of diseases

 

4 Bulcamp Hospital (Red House)

 

5 Register of factories

Date: 1924-1974
Held by: Suffolk Record Office, Ipswich Branch, not available at The National Archives
Language: English
Creator:

Blyth Rural District Council, Suffolk

Physical description: 5 Series
Immediate source of acquisition:

ACCESSIONS: 4006, 6078, 6094, 8952, 10,286

Administrative / biographical background:

Blyth Rural District Council was formed under the Local Government Act 1929, which came into force on 1 April 1934. The district comprised parishes formerly in Blything and Plomesgate Rural District Councils. Blyth RDC was abolished under the Local Government Act 1972, which came into force on 1 April 1974, when it merged with the Deben RDC, Saxmundham UDC, Leiston UDC, Woodbridge UDC and Felixstowe UDC, to form a new Suffolk Coastal District Council. Documents listed were transferred to the Record Office, after the re-organisation in 1974, at different stages by the Suffolk Coastal District Council. For list of parishes within the Blyth RDC see Suffolk Kelly's Directory 1937.

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