NORFOLK INDUSTRIAL ARCHAEOLOGY SOCIETY
The Following Meetings have been Scheduled.
We hold our monthly meetings at St Martin at Palace Church.
This is the flint church in its churchyard, adjacent to the Law Courts, near the Adam & Eve PH and Wig & Pen PH.
St. Martin at Palace, 15 St Martin-At-Palace Plain, Norwich NR3 1RW
The meetings will start at 7.30pm as usual, on the first Thursday of the month.
As usual there will be tea and coffee after the meeting, and there are two pubs nearby for those wishing to continue discussions.
There is easy car parking nearby. Some free on street, some metered and St Helen’s Carpark has an evening charge of £1.60. The venue is a four minute walk from Tombland bus stops, down Palace Street.
The map below shows the location, the zoomable map at the bottom nearly gets the location right. ,
Thursday 4th January 2018
- 5mins to 20 mins presentations from Society Members - Please let the Chairman know so space for you can be reserved.
Our ever popular evening when members give short presentations on a wide range of subjects with a loose connection to industrial history or archaeology.
Thursday 1st February 2018
Repairing Historic Buildings with the correct materials.
Mark Wilson (Surveyor of the Fabric, Norwich Historic Churches Trust)
Flintwork, carved stonework, lime mortar are just some of the materials used. Interiors may need limewashing, whilst monuments and wall paintings present additional problems.
Thursday 1st March 2018
Meeting speaker to be confirmed
Past meetings are listed elsewhere on this site.
As always the Chairman welcomes suggestions of speakers. If you know anyone or have heard a good relevant talk please let him know.
If you can give a talk of interest to our members please get in touch with our chairman. He would particularly like to hear of members who can make a presentation to the Society, be it for a full evening (an hour to a maximum of hour and a half) or just 10 minutes on a members night.
Reasonable expenses and agreed fees are paid to speakers (or nominated good cause).
We are able to help with the preparation of visual aids &etc. A computer, digital projector, slide projector, overhead projector, DVD player and VHS video are all available with a wall screen given notice.
You can contact us using the form on the Contacts page
Church where meeting is held shown in red
and nearby parking by white P on blue.
There is also parking by the nearby public houses.
The larger P shows the Jarrold owned St Helens Wharfe carpark which was £1.60 evening charge.