King's Lynn in World War Two 

Friday, 22 February 2013
This Saturday sees the West Norfolk and King's Lynn Archaeological Society hold it's Community Archaeology day. The day will highlight the work carried out by the society and the Community Archaeologists of the Norfolk Historic Environment Service into Lynn's Second World War archaeology.... read more
 

Behind the Scenes at Gressenhall Farm and Workhouse 

A pass holder day
Monday, 18 February 2013
Last weekend Gressenhall Farm and Workhouse opened their doors to hold a special event for Museum pass holders and Friends of Gressenhall, allowing visitors access to 'backstage' areas that are usually closed to the public. Approximately 800 people arrived to join in the fun, and in addition ... read more
 

Download archaeological reports and other files from the Heritage Explorer 

Tuesday, 05 February 2013
News of a new development with the Heritage Explorer website. The archaeological records which can be accessed through this website are summaries of a large amount of material which is held in the Norfolk Historic Environment Record archives. Most of this archive is paper based, but... read more
 

The Roman Binham Field-walking Project  

Thursday, 31 January 2013
The next stage in the search for the site of a Roman villa or Romano-British farmstead will be a major field-walking survey of Hall Close field, adjacent to the Memorial Hall playing field where evidence of early masonry and significant finds already recorded. This survey will be on Saturday 2nd ... read more
 

The Archaeology of Hunstanton 

Monday, 28 January 2013
Join us this Thursday (31 January 2013) for a talk on the Archaeology of Hunstanton. Claire Bradshaw and Chris Kolonko will be giving a talk at Hunstanton library on the archaeology of the area. 14:00 - 15:00 Booking is essential and refreshments will be provided. For further... read more
 

Prince Charles helps restore Norfolk’s oldest recorded milestone  

Monday, 07 January 2013
Prince Charles has helped restore an 18th century Norfolk milestone on the Sandringham Estate as part of a Jubilee heritage project to commemorate the Queen's sixty-year reign. The Amner milestone, dated 1764 and believed to be Norfolk 's oldest recorded milestone is the sixtieth to be... read more
 
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