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The West Norfolk Association, formed in 1981, is a friendly group that shares an appreciation for the historic legacy left by previous generations. It gives support to the work of the National Trust and many of its member are stewards at the local property, Oxburgh Hall.…
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Opening hours Register for our Open Libraries service for easy extended access to the unstaffed library outside normal opening hours using your library card and PIN. Monday: 8am-7pm (Open Libraries access only) Tuesday: 8am-7pm (staffed 10am-7pm) Wednesday: 8am-7pm (Open Libraries access only) Thursday: 8am-7pm (staffed 10am-7pm)…
Norfolk Libraries offer a range of e-books and e-audio books that library card holders can download free of charge. E-books are electronic books, which are read from a screen rather than from paper. E-audio books are books that are read aloud. You can borrow eBooks…
The Norfolk Family History Society welcomes people researching their Norfolk ancestors and family history. It currently has around 4,000 members researching their ancestors in Norfolk, including members from as far afield as Australia and U.S.A.   The Society's collection of genealogical resources encompass parish register transcripts, monumental…
The Norfolk Heritage Centre is the ideal place to research local studies and family history. The Centre is situated on the second floor of the Norfolk and Norwich Millennium Library and combines in one convenient location the collections of the Norfolk Studies Library with many…
The Norfolk Historic Environment Record database is the definitive record of the county's archaeological sites and historic buildings. It contains over 60,000 records describing the archaeology of Norfolk from the earliest evidence of human occupation from 750,000 BC up to the present day.
Our World War 1 project, which will run for four years, will tell Norfolk’s unique story, particularly in relation to the impact of the war at home, its impact on families, on the civilian population, on the work of women, the struggle for the vote,…
Reminiscence kits and packs (objects, touch, feel, sounds and images to stimulate conversations with people with memory loss) are borrowed by relatives and carers of people with dementia and activity coordinators in residential care homes. Kits and packs are free to borrow. Reminiscence is the…
The Oxborough History Group was formed in April 2014 as a community organisation for people to meet, discuss and share their interest in the history and heritage of Oxborough, Norfolk, UK, and the local area. Research is continuing, including how the village has complemented the…