EMGAIRS is run by Sarah Seaton M.A., a Local History Graduate from the University of Nottingham, who also teaches Family History and other associated subjects at the University. Details about courses may be found here.
Sarah is also available for teaching, talks, seminars & conferences talking on a variety of local history subjects, you may contact her here for further information.
Sarah has contributed to some soon to be published works: - A Monograph on Greasley Castle in Nottinghamshire, in association with the University of Nottingham; Peoples war, A Derbyshire Project. Her M.A. Dissertation looks at Common Lodging-houses in the Narrow Marsh area of Nottingham and she has also written an article for the Nottinghamshire Heritage Gateway and maintains the greasleyparish website in conjunction with her work for The East Midlands Earthworks Project information pages. Sarah also teaches for Derbyshire County Council and the WEA, a BBC feature about her can be seen here. Details can also be found on the Nottinghamshire Archives website .
Other EMGAIRS researchers include a small team of experienced archaeologists who list English Heritage and the University of Nottingham amongst their current clients.
All fellow researchers are graduates of the University of Nottingham and proof of qualifications can be produced if requested.