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Building a Future with Volunteers:  The Norwich Building Control Plans Indexing Project

The Norfolk Record Office is embarking on an exciting project working with volunteers to enhance catalogue descriptions and improve access to an otherwise under used collection.  The Norwich Building Control Plans Indexing Project offers a brilliant opportunity for volunteers to … Continue reading

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Did your ancestors marry by licence?

If you are researching your family tree and have come across an entry in a parish register which notes that your ancestors married by licence, then marriage licence bonds can be a valuable resource.  Although they do not include marriages … Continue reading

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Meet the Team: Al, Volunteer

Al volunteers one morning a week here at the Norfolk Record Office. I (Emily) went to the Document Cleaning Room to chat to Al about volunteering. Emily: So Al, how did you first discover the Norfolk Record Office? Al: Well … Continue reading

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Researching Rabbits!

This week’s blog post is written by Anne Mason, who works as a heritage consultant, making funding applications, developing, and delivering projects. She particularly enjoys working with volunteers, helping them learn new skills to discover more about our history and historic … Continue reading

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