This is Historian Chris Barringer’s (1931-2013) story of Norfolk history published posthumously in 2019. Chris Barringer played a fundamental part in the formation of this Society. In 1990 he was invited to give a series of lectures in Blakeney and two more series followed in 1991 and 1992. Chris was a leading member of historical
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27th July – 11th August 2019 The exhibition will include historical displays about the church, the fire and rebuilding, and life in Wells at the time. There will be parish registers on loan from the Norfolk Record Office, and local fire brigade history.
A team of passionate volunteers have been working very hard on the production of a play that will be performed for three evenings at Briston All Saints Church on 27th, 28th and 29th June 2019. Thank you.
Fantastic Wiveton Weekend 22nd & 23rd June. Saturday 3 to 6pm. Jazz on The Green with Classic car display. Bring your picnic, blanket or a chair & come and listen to 2 great Jazz bands. Take a close look at the classic cars while sipping a Wiveton sling! This is for all the family and
A closer look at carvings & craftsmanship in local mediaeval churches. An illustrated talk by Sarah Cassell (Associate Tutor in Art History at UEA) on Thursday 6th June, 7.30pm in All Saints church, Briston. Entry FREE Click here for further details.
A family event with stalls, children’s games, a raffle, refreshments and live music from ‘Four in a Bar with Phil Brooke’. Admission Free. Disabled Access. Well behaved dogs on leads. Saturday 29th June, from 2pm- 4:30pm. Station road, Walsingham, NR22 6EB. For further info: contact firstname.lastname@example.org , Tel. 01328 820610.
Situated in the old railway station in Little Walsingham, St. Seraphim’s Icon and Railway Heritage Museum is home to an Orthodox Pilgrim Chapel, a museum with heritage displays and a beautiful Quiet Garden. St. Seraphim’s relies on volunteers to be able to open this unique heritage site to visitors. We’re looking for volunteer welcomers who
Cley Harbour: The past, present and the future Cley Village Hall, Friday 29 March 2019 7:30pm Did you know that the port at Cley-next-the Sea was once one of the most important in great Britain? Join us for a fascinating talk by Richard Jefferson (local historian) and Simon Read (Chairmaiun of Cley Harbour) and learn
A message from BAHS member Margaret Bird, including three portraits of the Hardy family. New website In November 2018 I said in these pages that I would be reshaping the website for the Letheringsett diarist Mary Hardy (1733-1809). I have amalgamated three existing websites into one, to make them smartphone friendly: www.burnham-press.co.uk The old Mary Hardy
A recital on Wiveton Church’s unique Holdich Organ by Edmund Aldhouse, Organist at Ely Cathedral. Friday 11th January 2019. Doors open at 6.30 pm. Recital starting at 7.00 pm Tickets on the door £10 Pay bar available Event kindly sponsored by Webb’s Jewellers of Holt.