programme has been divided into three parts. In
2021 we held several meetings with inspiring talks on
This proved successful. We were able to hold full
meetings again in the Methodist Church once again, by
January 2022. Our talks were completed in April
2022 and we have now moved to our Summer
summer programme starts on May 17th with our coach
trip to the Saxon Cathedral at North Elmham
(morning) and to Gressenhall Workhouse
(afternoon). Our report is here.
Somerton and Burnley Hall on the evening of
21st June went very well and our report is here.
Cambridge, all day on 2nd
July: see this
page for our report.
We have also
discovered the following which look good!
Mautby Church, Tuesday and
Wednesday 26th-27th July 2022, exhibition and talk
on Margaret Paston:
exhibition telling the story of the Paston letters
(26-27 July 10-4pm)
Talk by Diane Watt,
Professor of Medieval Literature at the University
of Surrey, on her forthcoming book: God's own
gentlewoman: the Life of Margaret Paston' -
Wednesday 27th July 7.30pm. See Margaret and
the Pastons here
Look out for the Norfolk
Day promotion by Eastern Daily Press and Radio
Norfolk for any more information.
Here be dragons:
medieval monsters' talk by Imogen Corrigan
MPhil, Saturday 30 July pm at Wickhampton
Church. To book your pew email:
firstname.lastname@example.org (£5 per person)
See also Great Yarmouth
Local History and Archaeological Society Programme
2022 for other events, see link here.
We will also be going to:
Rising and Kings Lynn on 16th
August, also all day
We have held our annual membership to £10 and aim to
return to talks in the Methodist Church in September
2022, with our Annual General Meeting (and short