Contact Us

For further information or to make a booking you can contact us by email at lynn@historyboxes.com or preferably by phone on 0113 2622258.

The hire of a box, which includes delivery and collection fee, costs:

£50 within a 30 mile radius
£55 within a 40 mile radius
£60 within a 50 mile radius
£65 within a 60 mile radius

When making a booking these are the things we need to know:

  • Name, Address and Telephone number the of School
  • Contact name
  • Which box you want
  • Preferred dates and time for delivery (the contents of the box need to be checked and signed for on the point of delivery)

*NB…It is far easier to organise this over the phone

The normal box hire is for 20 working days; this does not include weekends or holidays.  We will contact you before the collection date to remind you and arrange a time to collect the box.  Could you please have the box ready and be aware the contents will be once again be checked.
*NB…Unfortunately we will have to charge for all losses and breakages

As a small business we rely on prompt payment.  The invoice for the box will be handed over on delivery which allows 4 weeks to generate the payment.

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Testimonials

Thank you so much for letting me bring my class to you. The handling resources were a great success. The class really enjoyed themselves.

Sirius Academy

How To Hire

Hiring is a simple process, you can contact us via a number of methods including webmail and on the phone. It is far easier to organise over the phone.

The normal box hire is for 20 working days; this does not include weekends or holidays…click for more

Living History Events

Come and see us at Bolton Castle on 7th and 8th June for a 15th century living history event in conjunction with the Richard III Society.

We help launch North Yorkshire Moors Park summer season at Danby Visitor Centre on July 27th with a multi-period event.

Did You Know?

Both Egyptian men and women wore make-up and jewellery. They wore mineral powder on the face and kohl around the eyes which kept away the flies.