Factual websites about Norfolk
A selection of factual websites about Norfolk:
Norfolk on Wikipedia
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Norfolk Heritage Explorer
The definitive database of the county’s archaeological sites and historic buildings. It contains over 60,000 records describing the archaeology of Norfolk from the earliest evidence for human occupation from 750,000 BC up to the present day.
Discover Norfolk’s literary landmarks: where writers were born, where they’re buried/commemorated and what inspired them.
The Friends of Norfolk Dialect (FOND)
Founded in 1999 dedicated to conserving and recording Norfolk’s priceless linguistic and cultural heritage, thus keeping ‘Broad Norfolk’ alive.
The Northfolk Project
Covering range of activities rooted in the area of North Norfolk and Cromer – geology, publishing, interpretation and…brewing. A great website by Martin Warren (from Cromer) who spent 32 years with the Norfolk Museums and Archaeology Service.
The Norfolk Wildlife Trust
Working for the protection and enhancement of Norfolk’s wildlife and wild places.
Everything you never wanted to know about Norfolk Mills, including an excellent set of accompanying photographs.
An online guide to help you make the most of Norfolk, brought to you by the business which runs Byfords of Holt, The Assembly House (Norwich), The Dial House (Reepham) and more.
Norfolk in the press:
In praise of the Norfolk coast: big skies, sandy beaches and subtle beauty (The Guardian, Jan 2016)