If you have an interest in the past look at our site.
Maybe we are just the organisation you are looking for, have a look and see.
Our name may be large, but we are a friendly amateur Society, whose members have for over 40 years brought their individual skills, knowledge and interests to further our aims and objectives. Industrial Archaeology is the one archaeological area where the amateur can still contribute as much as any professional.
We are brought together by a common desire to find out more of the history and archaeology of Norfolk industry, its products and its remains, and to ensure they are recorded for posterity.
We also are interested in the people who worked in those industries, and how they lived, worked, played and prayed.
We have a wide programme of events; including monthly talks, site visits, archaeological field meetings, conservation and operation of old machinery and finally, but just as importantly, social get togethers.
We publish a members newsletter and an annual Journal as well as other occasional publications.
Members may also opt in to receive email news
Site last updated 24/11/2013
Please bookmark us as www.norfolkia.org.uk
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