Neil Storey: 'Ghost hunter's guide to
Tuesday 19 October 2021, at Methodist Church,
one of our most popular speakers. This will only
be the second meeting of 2021 in the Methodist Church,
Martham, but it is sure to be excellent.
There will be a limited number of seats available
because of Covid restrictions.
If you would like to come please phone Pat on
01493 749775 to book.
Seats will be reserved on a first come first served
basis. We are sorry, but if you arrive for the
talk without having booked we will not be able to
Guided walk 4
with Ann Meakin. Tuesday 12 October and Monday
18 October at 10am. Meet at Martham Church Car
Park. Please let Ann know which dates you would
like to come. Free to members.
Ann at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Route: over Thunder Hill to the river via Mustard
Hyrn to look at the effects of the Enclosure on
that area, returning along Ferrygate Lane.
It may take up to two hours.
AGM – Tuesday 21st
September followed by William Buck ‘Ludham
Airfield 1941 to 1946’
Tuesday 17 August: Waterways
Walk led by Janet
Edwards, at 1.30pm or 4pm. Report on
walks on the visits pages.
Historic Winterton’ Tuesday
assembled at the church for a talk and then were
guided round old and modern Winterton. Report on visits page
Online Zoom talks
March - our first online talk was given by Neil
Storey on Tuesday March 16th at 7.30pm on War along the Norfolk
Coast. The report on it is here.
April - the second online talk was given by Dr Andrew
Tullett on Norfolk Village Signs on
Tuesday 20th April and the report is to be found here.
May - the third online talk was
given by David Berwick, Treasures and
curiosities in some Norfolk churches on
Tuesday 19th May and the report is to be found here.
This year we may also run
some guided walks with Ann Meakin.
a series of history
walks using old maps and historical information.
Do you ever wonder why certain
tracks and paths exist, or how the Enclosure of
1805-12 altered the landscape of Martham? This
is an opportunity to find out.
The walks must be booked in
advance. They will be between two and three miles in
length and we will walk at about two miles an hour.
They will start from places where you can park and
will begin at 10.30 in the morning. Sturdy shoes
will be needed. When they are planned they will
be highlighted here. If you need to know more,
Other walks of interest without a
guide can be found here
which is our history trail, and here,
which is a set of historical footpaths complete with
photos and description.