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PRONI Research Appointments for Tuesday - Friday

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PRONI Research Appointment

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We are delighted to welcome visitors to PRONI by prior appointment. Please read all the information below carefully before requesting a research appointment.

Weekday appointments are now available and the PRONI building will be open between 10.00am and 4.00pm, Monday to Friday. You will be allocated an arrival time between 10.00am and 11.20am on the day of your visit and your appointment will last all day (records must be returned by 3.30pm).

Appointments are made available on a first come, first served basis and each booking is for one person only. You cannot bring anyone with you unless they book an appointment separately themselves.

PRONI has returned to an on-demand (onsite) document ordering service. This means that you are no longer required to submit record references in advance when requesting a research appointment. During your research visit, you will be able to order an unlimited number of records onsite.

Please note that when you request a research appointment, this is only a provisional booking. Your visit is not confirmed until you have been contacted by a member of PRONI staff and given an arrival time.

Appointment slots are released three weeks in advance, and bookings open weekly on Mondays at 1.00pm.

You can find more detailed information on requesting a research appointment on the PRONI website.

If you or anyone in your household subsequently experience Covid 19 symptoms or receive a positive Covid 19 test result, you should not attend your appointment.

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