The Ogg Office is the little room to the side of the office that is the home of the IT and Archives, so really it is just data storage, thefore it is kept locked for GDPR reasons relating to the personal data stored in there.
The room is named after Mrs. Ogg, who was employed by EUSA to work with us from around 1987 to 2005.
Insert beautiful picture here when we tidy it up
The Archive is stored here, so imagine lots of fire cabinats and shelves full of binders and folders.
The IT’s server rack and collection of IT things that keep the building running is kept in here.
This room really hasn’t changed much (apart from the time someone broke the window in 2014)(a still-in-package Ikea cupboard meant for the library fell on it).
It was also repainted in 2014.
In 2012 there was a partition that was taken down around September. The partition had a lockable door and plywood. Where this was and why it was there/was removed, we can only guess.
The carpet was replaced in 1999
It was repainted in March of 1992.
Around 2004 it was in the office
At some point it moved to the crypt, and was moved out of there in 2011, not sure to where
Now it’s in the Ogg Office, moved there around 2013 it seems