Archaeologists and historians have been investigating the Brecks for decades. Much of the information gathered from heritage sites is with the Historic Environment Record.
Norfolk Historic Environment Record holds information on over 60,000 monuments, finds, industrial sites, defences, parks and gardens and historic buildings.
As part of the Breaking New Ground archaeological training programme this half day workshop will introduce you to:
•What sort of information the Historic Environment Record collects.
•How to access this information through our team of specialists and at home.
•How you can use the records in your own research.
•How you can help to add to this store of knowledge.
Tea and coffee will be provided.
This workshop is free to attend as the Breaking New Ground Landscape Partnership Scheme is supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund.
The workshop will take place on Saturday 28th March 2015, 12:30 - 16:30, at the Historic Environment Service offices at Gressenhall Farm and Workhouse.
Booking is essential, click here
to reserve your place, or call the BNG office on 01842 815465.
PLEASE NOTE: This workshop is a repeat of the Revealing Records event held in January, if you have already attended this workshop there is no need to do so again.