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The website is about the project to conserve a series of medieval
wall paintings at the church of St Mary the Virgin, Lakenheath.
The Sedgeford Historical and Archaeological Research Project (SHARP)
SHARP is a long- term, multi-period,
multi-disciplinary research project. Our primary objective is
to investigate the entire range of human
settlement and land use in the Norfolk parish of Sedgeford. Read
Norfolk & Norwich
This Society is one of the oldest archaeological societies in
the country. Throughout the whole of its history it has attracted
all those interested in the archaeology and history of Norfolk.
Membership has included amateur and professional archaeologists,
but the vast majority of members are simply those fascinated by
the people, buildings and ancient sites in the area in which they
The Norfolk Record Office collects and preserves
records of historical significance for the county of Norfolk and
makes them available to a wide range of people for consultation
and study. It is a joint service of the County and District Councils
of Norfolk archives.
This is the online version of the Norfolk Historic Environment
Record, a database of archaeological sites, finds and buildings
of Norfolk Historical and Archaeological Societies
The Federation exists to help co-ordinate activities
between societies and to enable the sharing of information.
Norfolk Archaeological & Historical Research Group
The Society aims to promote amateur research into the history,
landscape history and archaeology of Norfolk, and to support the
work of the Norfolk Museum Service. N.A.H.R.G. is a member of the
Federation of Norfolk Historical and Archaeological Organisations.
Museums & Archaeology Service
Industrial Archaeology Society
for British Archaeology
Council for British Archaeology (CBA) is an independent charity,
our overall aim is to open up
the UK’s rich heritage for all and safeguard it for
Festival for British Archaeology. The Council for British Archaeology
(CBA) showcases the very best of British archaeology. In 2013 the
event is on Saturday 13 to
Sunday 28 July 2013
Blakeney & Area
here to see the archive film about the Blakeney Neighbourhood
Housing Society (BNHS) including an
interview with Mrs Norah Clogstoun who founded the BNHS in 1946.
Whilst on the East Anglian Film Archive website if you do a search
for local places such as Blakeney or Cley you will other interesting
here for information about the BNHS today and in the past.
Local History Groups
History Societies in Norfolk
An index of history societies in Norfok plus much more.
Binham Local History Group
Information on the history of Salthouse, some
family trees, a list of old family names and many old photos (such
as Kelling school groups).
Wells next the Sea Local History Group
Weybourne History Group
Books & Other Publications
Click here for books.
Bygone Times is a free publication distributed every month to interested
groups/people. If you are interested in receiving this publication
please visit www.bygonetimes.org.uk
Family History, Genealogy &
CuriousFox, the village by village contact site for anyone researching
family history, genealogy and local history in the UK and Ireland.
Family History Society
The Norfolk FHS, based in Norwich, welcomes people with family
history, genealogy, and local history interests in Norfolk.
Cyndi's list is genealogy research site.
Andrew Macnair spoke to the society in 2011. Dr Macnair digitally
redrew Faden's map of 1797 in 2005 and has undertaken a detailed
study of Faden and his map resulting in a publication on the subject.
The North Norfolk holiday accommodation and business directory