The society organsises a series of lectures over the winter season. These are normally focused on topics of local interest and are given by archaeology professionals or by local people with specialist knowledge. The lectures last approximately 1 hour (depending on the topic) and are followed by a question and answer session.
Members of the society have free access to these meetings but members of the public are also welcome on payment of a small charge.
Our meetings take place on the second floor of Marriott's Warehouse which can be reached by stairs or lift. The meeting room is large and well-equipt with an overhead project and sound facilities. The ground floor of the building has a very nice restaurent and you can buy light refreshments, including hot drinks, from the bar there.
Tour of Historic Hardwick Cemetery (Sunday 11th June 2017)
Dr Paul Richards will be conducting a tour called 'Mariners, Merchants and Industrialists' at Hardwick Cemetery starting at the gates at 2pm (Charge £4).
St Martha's Test Pits (Sunday 25th June 2017: 11am)
Archaeology demonstration at St Martha's Roman Catholic Primary School Summer Fete. The location is off Roseberry Avenue, Field Lane, Gaywood.
Binham History Group(Friday 23rd June to Sunday 25 June 2017: 9am start)
Investigation of an area identified by GeoPhysics and fieldwalking. Test pitsbeing dug over three days, all welcome.
Historic Pubs of Lynn (Friday 23rd June 2017)
Dr Paul Richards will be conducting a tour called 'Historic Pubs in Lynn' starting at True's Yard 6pm (Charge £5).
Mad, Bad, and Dangerous to Know? (28th July 2017)
A public illustrated lecture to be held at St. Margaret's Minister, 4:30pm, by Dr. Laura Kalas Williams, Research Associate and Tutor, Department of English, the University Exeter.
Margery Kempe's boisterous mysticism and medicine: uncovered!. Tickets available from True's Yard Fisherfolk Museum £5
Society Conference (25th November 2017)
Will be held at Marriott's Warehouse Trust, South Quay, King's Lynn, 10:00-17:00, Saturday 25th November. The subject is 'Women in the Archaeology and History of West Norfolk: Female Voices Across Time'. Places are free but limited and may be booked from True's Yard Fisherfolk Museum