At Frogmore Paper Mill, we get many enquiries about past employees, paper brands and documents. Likewise, researchers are welcome to get in touch and we will try to help; as our archive expands we hope be able to make it accessible for serious research study. Currently our archive comprises of dedicated volunteers who love the subject and go out of their way to help. We cannot guarantee a quick response but if you wish to ask a question, please do so here.
Be Part of the Story.
At Frogmore we have a number of memory bank films, recording the experiences of paper workers, plus historical footage of the mills. We want this aspect to grow. The Paper Valley story is very much the story of the local people, their working lives, their social lives and how the mills influenced the area from the mill cottages, whole residential streets occupied by mill workers, the many pubs, the football team and how schools and places of worship developed. If you have memories to share, we would love to hear them however small you feel they are. Frogmore is a national, but also a local community museum and paper has always been part of the local community.