This programme will depend on the development of Covid 19 during 2022.
The Program here has now been updated for the whole of 2022.
A Mobile museum. Looking at and identifying artifacts with our new Chairman Glynn Burrows (now via Zoom, 19:30 GMT. For the link, please e-mail; chairman -at- mnfhs.org )
Glynn Burrows gives an insight into how Parliamentary records can help with family history.
Questions from members and possible solutions from the group on how to get beyond the brick wall!
Members share their experiences on the work involved producing books pamphlets relating to family and local history.
A visit to the village of Castle Acre and its Castle.
Beginning your Family History with Debbie Bradley (The basic facts to help you get your research underway. Especially helpful to all those beginners wondering where’s the best place to start)
Visit to St. Andrews Church Bradenham Looking at life of the villagers in the mid–late 19th cent. – Margaret Bohn
Using Newspapers in Your Research. – Presented by Steve Manning
2021 AGM followed by a talk by Iona Folliard, and her research into Norfolk Schools
Our families experience in WW1 and WW2. Contributions from members
An evening with James(Jimmy) Stewart and hearing about his time in Norfolk during WW2. – Presented by Greg Powles
THERE IS NO MEETING IN DECEMBER
Please watch this space for further information.
Meetings are held on the third Wednesday of each month (except December) in the church hall behind Trinity Methodist Church, Theatre Street, Dereham NR19 2EP, at 7.30pm, usually with a speaker followed by tea/coffee and an update on family history news. New members and visitors are always welcome.