The latest news from the Norfolk and Norwich Archaeological Society

Latest news

NNAS Response to Government White Paper on Planning

Council, led by our president, Dr Andy Hutcheson, has drafted a response to Planning for the Future, which can be downloaded as a pdf here. If you would like to make any responses to the paper yourself, the closing date is 11:45pm on 29 October 2020. Information is available here:

159 years of Norfolk Archeology goes online!

After 174 years of publication, most of the journals of one of the oldest archaeological Societies in the UK are going online, for anyone to access free of charge. Supported by a grant from the Marc Fitch Fund, the Norfolk and Norwich Archaeological Society, a registered charity founded in 1846, has worked with a professional document scanning company to digitise the entire contents of 44...

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 collection in a different way. For instance, we have been adjusting the collection so that county runs are no longer split over several book cases and we have almost finished this reorganising. Each...

Archived news


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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Events this Autumn and Winter

Winter lecture series Most local societies have now published their lecture programmes. For details, visit the Federation of Norfolk Archaeological and Historical Organisations website.

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