Beginnings and endings

Beginnings and endings

As it’s January, named after Janus the Roman god of doorways, entrances and exits, beginnings and endings, and because I’m leaving NAT at the end of this month, it’s inevitable that I want to look both back and forward in this, my last, blog. Looking back over the...
On the particular

On the particular

In the run up to Christmas it’s natural to reflect on the year that has passed, and to start plans for the future. As many of you know, I’m leaving NAT at the end of January, so it’s been particularly poignant over recent weeks to visit sites for last...
NAT’s Director to step down in January

NAT’s Director to step down in January

Norfolk Archaeological Trust’s Director for the past six years, Caroline Davison, will be stepping down from her role at the end of January 2021 to pursue her writing career. Her connection with NAT began in 2012 when she project managed the community engagement...
On streamlining lumps and bumps

On streamlining lumps and bumps

The consultation period for the government’s Planning for the Future White Paper closed at the end of October. The stated aims of the proposals issued by the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government are ‘to streamline and modernise the planning process,...