Cromer talk on Norfolk’s historic finds
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The Friends of Cromer Museum begins its series of autumn and winter evening talks on Friday September 18 when Dr David Gurney (pictured) - head of the county's Historic Environment Service - will speak on Recent Archaeological Work and Discoveries in Norfolk.
Dr Gurney will be talking about, and showing pictures of, some of the most significant finds and developments of the last year and describing how the service operates.
It aims to record, protect and manage Norfolk's archaeological and historic environment
Every year, archaeological excavators or people doing building works will come up with a range of finds that need identification and conservation.
The service co-ordinates the recording of such information. It undertakes environmental projects itself and offers the services of the East Anglian Archaeology team.
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The talk is at Cromer Community Hall in Garden Street at 7.30pm.
Admission £3 for non-members (£2.50 members).
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