Norfolk Archaeological Trust blog

On the importance of sheep, and dog leads

Some people might be surprised to know that much of the Trust’s regular income comes from the Rural Payment Agency - our current land holding is around 128 hectares (316 acres).

On how to get involved

In the months since I was appointed I’ve been meeting the people and organisations who support or are connected to the work of the Trust at each of our sites. It’s clear that many local people treasure these places and would like the opportunity to become more involved in looking after them.

On what we do

What does the Norfolk Archaeological Trust do?

That is a question I’ve been asked many times since I took up my new role as Director of the Trust. My answer is that the Trust has been quietly acquiring, protecting and conserving sites and buildings of archaeological and historic interest in the county for over 90 years. 

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