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Norfolk Historic Environment Record

Host Local Authority:
Norfolk County Council 

COVID-19 status update: Please note that our staff members are working from a mixture of home and office and we are able to provide the majority of our services, including HER Searches (database exports) and access to existing digital archive resources. We are currently in the process of finalizing new Covid-secure arrangements for physical visits to our new premises and are aiming to re-open this service by February 2022.



Other Local Authority areas covered by HER:


Contact information for key staff:
NameJob Title TelephoneEmail
Anj BeckhamHistoric Environment Officer (Records)01362 869389

heritage@norfolk.gov.uk

Heather HamiltonHistoric Environment Team Leader (Records)01362 869282heritage@norfolk.gov.uk
Peter WatkinsHistoric Environment Officer (Records)01362 869281heritage@norfolk.gov.uk


Access to HER information:
Access to Online Database:

Heritage Gateway and Norfolk Heritage Explorer

Information on HER Services: Norfolk Historic Environment Record

Location:
Norfolk Historic Environment Record
The Archive Centre
Martineau Lane
Norwich

NR1 2DQ


Opening Hours:

Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm (telephone and email)
Visits by appointment only. 



Visitor Facilities:

Designated public access PC for consultation of digital records. Library of over 85,000 aerial photographs. Reference library including over 7,000 books, journals and offprints focused on the Historic Environment. HER archive including archaeological reports, illustrations, architectural plans, maps, images and other documentary sources.

Please note that access to our paper and photographic archive is changing due to an ongoing digitisation project. When requesting to view material please provide as much detail as possible and ensure that you allow sufficient time for processing. Many requests may now be processed remotely, sending digital material, but others will still require a visit to our premises. Please note that certain categories of material may be unavailable for limited periods. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. 



Range of information available:

Records of archaeological sites, finds and buildings, including fieldwork reports, mapping, photographs, artefact drawings and other documentary sources.

The Norfolk HER is open to public consultation but appointments must be made in advance. 

Staff are available to assist with enquiries, although their time is limited.

Charges apply to commercial consultants.

 

Information last updated 23 November 2021



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