Norfolk and Norwich Archaeological Society

The County Archaeological Society for Norfolk since 1846

Aims

The NNAS exists to encourage interest in Norfolk’s rich heritage, and to work for its protection.

We do this through a range of activities

  • supporting life-long learning of history and archaeology
  • providing grants for academic and community-led archaeology and history projects
  • advocating for better access, understanding and care of Norfolk’s historic archives, buildings, objects and sites
Become a member!

You will be joining a community of people who all want to learn more about Norfolk’s past. Click here.

 

Other benefits:
  • A programme of monthly lectures during the autumn and winter
  • In the summer we organise excursions to a variety of sites in Norfolk and further afield
  • Norfolk Archaeology, the leading academic journal for the archaeology and history of Norfolk, is published annually and sent free of charge to full members
  • Newsletter, sent twice a year to all members, includes news of forthcoming events, lectures and talks, as well as articles on local and national heritage matters
  • The Society’s Library is an invaluable resource for the history of the County

Join us!

Membership of the Society gives you full access to our events, publications and activities, and you will be helping us to fulfill our aims of studying, protecting and enjoying the archaeology of Norfolk.

News

Library – help still needed!

The library is now installed in the Norfolk Record Office and you are very welcome to come and use it. The new bookcases and shelves are not the same size as in The Close, so we are arranging the...

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Newsletter

If you have anything to contribute to the newsletter - reports on fieldwork, adverts for lectures, society news, etc. Please send it to the newsletter editor by the end of February for inclusion in...

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Next Summer

Council would welcome your suggestions for next year’s summer excursions – where would you like to visit that is normally closed to the public or otherwise ‘out of bounds’? Would you like the...

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Future of Archaeology Manifesto

The Society of Antiquaries of London has published a 'manifesto' reflecting on the state of archaeology at the present time, looking at opportunities and threats to the sector, and partly in...

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