2017/2018 winter lectures have now come to an end. The 2018/2019 season will start in Autumn 2018. 
Summer Events are open only to NHBG members and are advertised in Spring 2018 Newsletter. 

If you would be interested becoming a member, go to membership page


Winter 2017/8 talks
October 17th Tuesday Jess Johnston: 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 2018 Weds Members Evening: 
Karen Mackie – How I caught Cotmania (Leeds Art Gallery’s exhibition of John Sell Cotman’s work from the Norwich School)
Susan & Michael Brown – The Fairbanks House in Massachussetts – the oldest house in the state, the work of a New Buckenham carpenter?
Ian Hinton – Thorpe St Andrews three churches
Updates on the current research projects on “The houses of Hempnall” and “The Buildings of Bolton and Paul” 
February 8th Thursday Sarah Pearson: the big house and the church
March 16th Friday Gordon Taylor: Curvilinear (Dutch) gables in Norfolk

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).
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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.  

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 (mary.ash@ntlworld.com)

Summer         Dominic Summers (d.summers1@btinternet.com)

For information about events and lectures in previous years.