Winter lectures 2017/2018 

October 17th Tuesday Jess Johnson: Doorways to the past: Diss’ historic centre 
November 7th Tuesday Maria Jordan: Historic fabric conservation
December 7th Thursday Adam Longcroft: Reflections on a career researching Norfolk vernacular architecture 
January 17th Weds Members Evening: Brendan Chester-Kadwell- Boulton & Paul project; Ian Hinton - Thorpe St Andrew Church
February 8th Thursday Sarah Pearson: the big house and the church 
March 16th Friday Brendan Chester-Kadwell: Access and thoroughfares for the common good
nb this is the correct date - there was an error in Newsletter. 
Winter lectures and meetings are held in the INTO Building at UEA at 7.00 for 7.30pm.

INTO is located at the Bluebell Road end of University Drive. Parking (limited) is available in front of the building, otherwise park in the main carpark (for which there is normally a charge).

Charge for meetings
A charge is made to help defray expenses of £2 per member and £4 for non-members. The charges do not apply to members’ evening in January.
If you would be interested becoming a member, contact the Membership Secretary: Maggy Chatterley at You can also download a membership form from membership page.


2016/17 winter lectures. 
Thursday Oct 13th 2016. Simon Willcox: Historic Decorative Plaster 

Tuesday November 15th 2016. David Bussey: Norwich Terraced Housing

Tuesday December 6th 2016. Lucy Wrapson: Normal for Norfolk- Norfolk rood screens in their National context. 

Wednesday January 11th 2017. Members Evening. Ian Hinton: Church Bench Ends in Norfolk and Devon; Brendan Chester-Kadwell: Boulton and Paul Research Project; Steve Hickling: Excavations at Bircham Newton parish church.

Thursday February 23rd 2017. Lee Prosser: Baltic Timber Marks 1730-1800 

Wednesday March 15th 2017. Vic Morgan: A Tale of Two Houses- Blickling & Oxnead


Future Programmes

The committee are always looking for ideas for events.  If you have any thoughts, inspirations or would like to present your own work at Members' Evening, please contact:

Winter            Mary Ash (

Summer         Dominic Summers (

For information about events and lectures in previous years.