Could you be a Trustee?

Are you looking for a new and exciting opportunity? Would you like to use your skills and experience to help support NAT? Have you considered becoming a Trustee? NAT is seeking additional Trustees with a range of skills and experiences to join our board. As a Trustee...
Winter Gatherings

Winter Gatherings

As Christmas approaches, we spend time celebrating this special time of the year.  With NAT sites spanning thousands of years, we often think how life would have been for those who knew these places.  This month we look at three sites to understand the winter...

Reflections – November 2021

The first eight months of my new role within NAT have flown by, and now we are well into Autumn, it is a chance to stop, take a breath and reflect. In my role as Director, I regularly visit all our sites and it has been wonderful seeing them change throughout the...
With Autumn Upon Us

With Autumn Upon Us

For October’s blog, and with autumn now with us, we hand over to NAT Volunteer Edward, who has been looking into our conservation efforts and successes at Middleton Mount near Kings Lynn. “Lately, the weather had taken a bit of a downturn; yours truly...

Scheduled Monuments

The Norfolk Archaeological Trust owns or manages ten archaeological sites in Norfolk. Of these ten sites, nine of them are listed as scheduled monuments. If a site has been identified as a scheduled monument it means it has been selected as a nationally important...
Why was St Benet’s Abbey spared by Henry VIII?

Why was St Benet’s Abbey spared by Henry VIII?

As the Annual Bishop’s Service at St Benet’s Abbey takes place on 1st August, we reflect on its unique status.  Remarkably, St Benet’s was the only monastery in the land not to be ‘dissolved’ in the Reformation, though its days as a monastic community were numbered. ...