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Book free tickets for our first live online talk

The Historians Group is looking forward to post-pandemic times when we can begin our monthly meetings in the Library Building once again. We have decided that rather than waiting until then we are experimenting with holding a live talk online: Norwich and Norfolk and the Fight Against Slavery.

The event will be on Thursday 8th April at 10:30am and will be FREE to attend, although booking is required.

More information and booking details can be found on our events page.

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School’s Out - watch the latest Exploring Norwich video tour

By Vanessa Trevelyan

A tour of some of the interesting sites and buildings associated with learning over the centuries.

Norwich can claim to be one of the most scholarly cities in England, with two universities, one of the earliest public schools, the most popular library in Britain, plus many other places where formal and informal learning can take place from writing to dancing.

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Norwich Guildhall - Watch the latest virtual Historians talk

A Tour of Norwich Guildhall

by Richard Matthew

Richard Matthew, a former Guildhall guide takes us on a virtual tour of this important, but often overlooked and taken for granted building located in the centre of Norwich. The tour focuses on the physical history of the building in the city from the 15th Century through to the present day.


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