Tag Archives: Sound Archive

Saving the Nation’s sounds and opening them up to all

Sound recordings help us to understand the world around us. They document the UK’s creative endeavours, preserve key moments in history, capture personal memories, and give a sense of local and regional identity.   The UK’s sound collections are, however, … Continue reading

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Digitsation, WW2, and King’s Lynn Charters

This week’s blog post is written by Caroline D, the Norfolk Record Office’s first digitisation trainee. She describes the fascinating work she has been doing for the past year and explains about some exciting resources which will be available in the … Continue reading

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Beer, Breweries, and Drunkenness in the NRO archives.

Last week, St Andrew’s Hall & Blackfriars Hall in Norwich were host to the 37th Norwich Beer Festival, organised by CAMRA’s Norwich and Norfolk branch. This was the perfect excuse for us to tweet about the wide range of beer-related … Continue reading

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