Monthly Archives: May 2016

When was a cleric not a cleric? Stories from the City of Norwich Records

When was a cleric not a cleric? Sometimes, when he was indicted of a violent crime. For instance, was William Montague, an innkeeper in Norwich, also in holy orders? Almost certainly not. We are first introduced to William Montague in … Continue reading

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The Norfolk Broads revealed as man-made features: the discoveries of Dr Joyce M. Lambert

As the Broads Outdoor Festival 2016 is now well underway, we thought it was the perfect time to share the research work by botanist, Joyce Lambert, that first demonstrated the reason for the unique character of the Norfolk Broads. Until … Continue reading

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North Norfolk Stories: Using archival records at Felbrigg Hall

From September 2015-March 2016 The Norfolk Record Office Education and Outreach team worked with 9 primary school groups as part of the North Norfolk Stories Project coordinated by Museums Norfolk. Workshops that took place at the Norfolk Record Office included … Continue reading

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