Journal Volume 11 now added to the Archive

We are very pleased to announce that the ALHS Journal Volume 11 has now been fully added to the website ARCHIVES pages alongside Volumes 8-10. We are looking into the scanning of further past editions to complete this historical resource in due course.

Journal Volume 11 now added to the Archive2023-01-02T13:44:39+00:00

Paul Dickson Tours

In October, ALHS were pleased to welcome Paul Dickson to celebrate the diverse contribution of black people to the history of Norwich and Norfolk. From street traders in the 18th and 19th centuries to Pablo Fanque, the UK’s first black circus impresario, the American servicemen who brought rhythm and blues [...]

Paul Dickson Tours2021-10-29T14:05:21+01:00

Norfolk Museums Development Foundation: Adopt an Object

Following the excellent lecture on the Viking Age by Tim Pestell in May, in lieu of any payment ALHS have donated to the Norfolk Museums Development Foundation's 'Adopt an Object' project. The gold bracelet we have adopted was originally decorated with two red garnets in tapered oval settings, one garnet [...]

Norfolk Museums Development Foundation: Adopt an Object2021-08-13T13:37:43+01:00

New Publication – Aylsham Public Houses

The history of pubs in a north Norfolk town is explored in our newest book which was launched in November 2018. The Aylsham Local History Society has produced ‘A New History of Aylsham Public Houses’, covering all the known and many newly discovered sites of licensing premises in the town, [...]

New Publication – Aylsham Public Houses2021-01-04T18:47:04+00:00

Postponement of events

As you might expect, the present situation has meant that it has been decided that the meal at the Cliftonville Hotel 25th March, Barbara Miller's talk 26th March and all of our Summer series: Museum Mardles, have been postponed for healthier times. There are two other events planned for the [...]

Postponement of events2020-05-23T17:22:19+01:00

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