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Building an Education

Before the late Nineteenth Century, schooling was not compulsory and rarely free. The wealthy could send their children to schools providing a high-quality, classical education or employ private tutors. For the majority, the education provision which did exist varied in … Continue reading

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Opportunity to visit the Parliamentary Archives

Join our volunteer research group and you can learn how to carry out research, discover the lives of 19th century voters and help create finding aids for future searchers.

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Last week to visit our Norfolk in the First World War exhibition

A moving exhibition commemorating the lives of Norfolk people at home and abroad during the First World War is in the Long Gallery at the Norfolk Record Office until the end of this week. Visitors to the free exhibition can find … Continue reading

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