News and events

The Trust believes that 'archaeology is for people'! On this page you will learn about our recent activities, our current projects, and our plans for the future.

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Free volunteer training at Caistor Roman Town: how to get involved

Caistor Roman Project and the Trust are working together to offer some exciting free opportunities for people interested in bringing the Roman town to life for members of the public.

Burgh Castle Boardwalk improves access for all at the Roman Fort

The new boardwalk - officially opened this week by Mark Cocker, locally-based author and naturalist -  is an impressive 600metres long and runs alongside the reedbeds adjacen

NEW Heritage Lottery funded project: Imagined Land

The Norfolk Archaeological Trust is very pleased to announce it has received a grant of £74,700 from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) for an exciting project based at two Trust sites: Tasburgh Camp and Burnham Norton Friary.

New interpretation at Caistor Roman Town brings Venta Icenorum to life

The Norfolk Archaeological Trust commissioned Paston-based Heritage Destination Consulting (HDC) and Jam Creative Studios (JCS) to produce this innovative new scheme which us

New advice leaflet for dog owners

The Trust has produced a new leaflet Advice for Dog Walkers which explains why it's important to keep dogs on leads from March 1st to July 31st, and at any time when sheep are present. 

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