Memories and stories about North Norfolk wanted

Memories about life in North Norfolk are being sought by North Norfolk Stories, a project which hopes to document and share these stories now and with future generations. North Norfolk Stories is co-ordinated by Museums Norfolk, a charity that supports and works on behalf of cheap jerseys heritage organisations across the county, and made possible thanks to £75,800 of funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF). Thanks to National Lottery players, the project will record interviews with people with first-hand accounts of past events and the way of life in North Norfolk. In particular, the team is keen to hear about stories relating to the area’s railways, military past, maritime history, and North Norfolk’s towns – this can be anything from school days, to jobs, to family holidays, seaside entertainment and amusements, shopping and food and drink.Watch movie online Get Out (2017) It is hoped that some interesting and diverse stories about North Norfolk’s past will emerge and that the interviews will add to understanding about the area’s heritage. Soundbites will be made available on the project’s website and the recordings will also be stored at the Norfolk Sound Archive at the Norfolk Record Office as a contribution to the county’s heritage, accessible now and in the future. They may also be used by the project’s 21 partner organisations (museums, libraries, heritage and wildlife sites across North Norfolk) for events. Becky MacNaughton, who is wholesale jerseys running the oral history project, said: “Oral history is an invaluable way of preserving and understanding the past and we hope to gather a wide variety of material, from eye-witness accounts and memories...