Protecting Norfolk’s history for people to enjoy everyday.

We work with local communities to save Norfolk’s irreplaceable historic sites and to share them with everyone

St Benet’s Abbey gatehouse and the mill from the ponds. Photograph: Nick Stone.

About NAT

NAT is a local conservation charity which aims to protect Norfolk’s significant archaeological or historic sites at risk. We take monuments into our care, repair them, provide interpretation, and open them for everyone to enjoy.

We actively engage with local communities so that they can be involved in the future conservation of the sites that they treasure.

We rely on grants and donations to fund our work – looking after our heritage is an expensive business.

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Current and recent projects and campaigns

NAT’s work is guided by values of sustainability, action, accessibility and community. Explore here more detailed information about current and recent projects.

Our centenery

St Benet’s Abbey 1000 years!

Burgh Almanac

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Our sites

Caistor St Edmund Roman Town. Photograph: Nick Stone.

News and events

News

Norwich Young Archaeologists’ Club and the NAT100 project

Norwich Young Archaeologists’ Club and the NAT100 project

It's been a busy month for the NAT100 project team pulling together all the different strands for the centenary exhibition, so rather than an insight from the archive, this month we're sharing some of the work the Norwich Young Archaeologists' Club (NYAC) have been...

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Talk on Bloodgate Hill fort- 14th February 2024

Talk on Bloodgate Hill fort- 14th February 2024

Join Andrew Rogerson as he presents a talk at the Norfolk Record Office on Bloodgate Hill Fort, South Creake. The only pre-Roman Iron Age hillfort in Norfolk that lies convincingly on a hill has, since 2003, been in the safe hands of the Norfolk Archaeological Trust,...

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Events

Talk on Bloodgate Hill fort- 14th February 2024

Join Andrew Rogerson as he presents a talk at the Norfolk Record Office on Bloodgate Hill Fort, South Creake. The only pre-Roman Iron Age hillfort in Norfolk that lies convincingly on a hill has, since 2003, been in the safe hands of the Norfolk Archaeological Trust,...

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Burnham Norton Friary. Photograph: Nick Stone.