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April 2019
Wed 24Subterranean Norwich

Matthew Williams

BLHG
Wed 24A History Through Village Signs

Mike Weatherstone

HDHS
Tue 30The Warrens of Breckland

Anne Mason

BAHS
May 2019
Wed 1Defence of the Coast in the 14th Century

Dr John Alban

WLHG
Wed 1The Butlin's Heritage Collection
Time: 13:00 - 14:00

by Mark Pitchforth from the History of Advertising Trust
Free Lunchtime talk at the Norfolk Record Office

NRO
Thu 2My life around Agriculture

Baroness Gillian Shephard

WDHS
Fri 3Delving Deeper into House History
Time: 10:30 - 12:30

Extend your knowledge and discover more sources for researching the history of your house.
£5 booking necessary via www.archives.norfolk.gov.uk/events or 01603 222599

NRO
Wed 8Annual General Meeting & Social EveningWLHG
Wed 8Norfolk’s Medieval Literary Treasure

Dr John Alban

DAS
Thu 9Behind the Scenes
Time: 14:00 - 16:00

Visit the searchroom and go behind the scenes to one of one strongrooms and experience the conservation studio before seeing unique documents from our archives.
Not to be missed!
£5 booking necessary via www.archives.norfolk.gov.uk/events or 01603 222599

NRO
Fri 10Exploring your Community: Historical Research
Time: 10:00 - 16:00

Due to popular demand this event is repeated from November 2018.
Aimed at members of local history groups.
Looking at sources in Norfolk Record Office, Norfolk Heritage Centre and Norfolk Historic Environment Record.
Practical sessions on using maps, interpreting photographs and understanding written sources.

£8 (lunch not included) book your place online www.archives.norfolk.gov.uk/events or 01603 222599

NRO
Sat 11Rood Screens of Norfolk

Coach trip with Dr Allan Barton

CPCS
Wed 15Pockets Full of Posies? Surviving the Black Death the Medieval Way

Dr Joy Hawkins

LDLH
Thu 16The Secrets of Secret Norwich

Elizabeth Walne

BRLHG
Wed 22Afternoon Tea With Betsy

Georgette Vale

HDHS
June 2019
Wed 5Behind the Scenes - Art in the Archives Special
Time: 14:00 - 16:00

Visit the searchroom and go behind the scenes to one of one strongrooms and experience the conservation studio before seeing unique documents on and Art in the Archives theme from our archives.
Not to be missed!
£5 booking necessary via www.archives.norfolk.gov.uk/events or 01603 222599

NRO
Fri 7Small Bites - Quarter Sessions
Time: 12:30 - 13:00

Brief taster of how to access quarter sessions and how you can use them in your research.

FREE booking necessary www.archives.norfolk.gov.uk/events or 01603 222599

NRO
Sat 8The Restoration of Popery: Ecclesiology & the Ritualist Movement in the Later 19th Century

Dr Nick Groves

CPCS
Wed 12Using the Searchroom at the Norfolk Record Office
Time: 10:00 - 11:00

Aimed at complete beginners to help you start your research.
Free, booking necessary via www.archives.norfolk.gov.uk/events 0r 01603 222599

NRO
Wed 12History of the Wool Trade in Norfolk

Joy Evitt

DAS
Fri 14The Moral Story - looking at moral matters from the 'bawdy court'
Time: 14:00 - 16:00

Using witness statements from the 17th and 18th century deposition books, this workshop looks at this rich resource for family, local and social historians.

In partnership with the Norfolk Archives and Heritage Development Foundation (NORAH)
FREE, booking necessary www.archives.norfolk.gov.uk/events or 01603 222599

NRO
Wed 19Society Outing

Details to be confirmed

LDLH
Wed 26Britain's First Serial Killer

Mike Wabe

HDHS
Thu 27Delving Deeper int House History
Time: 10:30 - 12:30

Extend your knowledge and discover more sources for researching the history of your house.
£5 booking necessary via www.archives.norfolk.gov.uk/events or 01603 222599

NRO
July 2019
Mon 15Outing - Coach Trip to Fenland Churches

John Vigar

CPCS
Wed 17Escaping Hitler: A Jewish Boys Quest for Freedom and his Future

Phyllida Scrivens

LDLH
Wed 24What Did Norwich Used to Make ?

Rod Spokes

HDHS
Thu 25The Norwich, Reedham, Great Yarmouth Railway in its 175th anniversary year

Trevor Garrod
Preceded by the AGM

BRLHG
Sat 27Kett's Rebellion and the Paston Connection

A presentation for Norfolk Day at the Maid's Head Hotel.

PHS
August 2019
Sat 10If Stones Could Speak: Church Building & Conservation

Mark Wilson

CPCS
Wed 14Carts and Carting - medieval and Norfolk

Mary Fewster

DAS
Wed 14Members’ only eventDAS
Wed 21Must Farm: Britain's Bronze Age Pompeii

Alex Fisher. Note: Evening Meeting.

LDLH
Wed 28The WEA in East Anglia

Caroline Beer

HDHS
September 2019
Wed 4The Second Air Division at Sculthorpe

Orla Kenny

WLHG
Wed 11Kett’s Rebellion

Barbara Miller

DAS
Wed 18The Tithe Wars in 1930s East Anglia

Robert Halliday

LDLH
Tue 24The South Asia Decorative Arts & Crafts Collection

Ben Cartwright

BAHS
Wed 25The Women of the National Trust

Caroline Beer

HDHS
October 2019
Thu 3New Discoveries at Oxnead Hall

Matt Champion

ALHS
Thu 3Launch of 2019 volume 'The Norwich Chamberlains’ Accounts 1539-1545', ed. Carole Rawcliffe.

Lecture by Brian Ayers.
Members & invited guests only, venue TBA.
For membership see www.norfolkrecordsociety.org.uk

NRS
Wed 9Annual Dinner at The George HotelDAS
Sat 12A Reconstruction of High Mass c1500

Dr Allan Barton & Others. At St Peter & Paul, Salle. Booking required.

CPCS
Tue 15Roman Maritime Project

Michael Walsh

WNKL
Wed 16The Class of '63 (1763, Earl Stonham Charity School)

Pip Wright

LDLH
Wed 23Some Coaching Inns in the Waveney Valley

Heather & Peter Metcalf

HDHS
Thu 24Sir Thomas Browne: Doctor, Naturalist & Family Man

Barbara Miller

ALHS
Tue 29Captain Marryat & the Langham Connection

Jim Ring

BAHS
November 2019
Wed 13‘Seahenge’ - history and display

Hannah Jackson

DAS
Tue 19Norfolk County Council Heritage Projects

Sophie Cabot

WNKL
Wed 20The Guild Feast in Norwich c.1560-1730

Dr Victor Morgan, The Norfolk Archive & Heritage Development Foundation

LDLH
Thu 21Norfolk Textiles

Aviva Leigh

ALHS
Tue 26The Aylsham Roman Project

Peter Purdy

BAHS
Wed 27Harleston's Industrial Past

Margaret Griffiths

HDHS
December 2019
Wed 11Herbert Cave - His life and early 20th century photography

Sue Walker White & Robena Brown

DAS
Tue 17In Search of the Iceni

Natasha Harlow

WNKL
Wed 18The End of an Era

A performance by the Blickling Interpretation Gropup

LDLH
January 2020
Wed 8King’s Lynn - History and buildings

Michael Aldiss

DAS
Tue 21Pilgrimage & the Lynn Museum Collection of Medieval Badges

Oliver Bone

WNKL
February 2020
Wed 12

AGM

DAS
Tue 18Ramsay Abbey , the Anarcy & the Enigma of Burwell Castle

Bill Franklin

WNKL
Wed 19A Moving Story: Transport & travel in East Anglia

Dr Mary Fewster

LDLH
Thu 27The women who worked at Narborough aerodrome in the First World War

Daryl Long

ALHS
March 2020
Tue 17From Wells-next-the-Sea to Dunkirk & Back. The Life Story of the Whelker 'Bessie'.

Tim Lidstone-Scott

WNKL
Thu 261066 & All That: The Effect of the Norman Conquest on the City and County

Barbara Miller

ALHS
April 2020
Tue 21New Views from the Head of the River Deben - Reshaping Mesolithic to Saxon Landscapes.

Andrew Peachey

WNKL
   

Sedgeford Historical and Archaeological Research Project

June 2019
SHARP
Sunday 30th June - Friday 9th August

Sedgeford Historical and Archaeological Research Project

The Digging Season for 2019 is 30th June - 9th August
The site is open to visitors every day exceopt Saturdays

SHARP Archaeological Festival Sunday 21st July 10am-4pm

Summer Lecture Season 7.30pm Tuesdays, St Mary's Church, Sedgeford, 2nd July to 6th August

For further information: www.sharp.org.uk