Peter Stibbons introduces the Paston Footprints project, exploring the Norfolk family known through their 15th century letters. A 'True's Talk' at True's Yard. Tickets free, but booking needed, 01553 770479.
Rob Knee takes a walk back 600 years in the village of Gresham. With the the North Norfolk 'Fit Together' group, remembering Margaret's defence of the castle. Click for 'Fit Together'.
3D graphic artist James Mindham illustrates how photography, research, archaeology and on-screen modelling combine to bring back to life long-lost Norfolk buildings of the Paston family. Members of Friends of Cromer Museum £3.00, non-members £4.00.
Into the land of Sir John Fastolf and his ancestors, the source of much Paston family wealth, until their fortunes fade as Earls of Yarmouth.
William and Agnes Paston, once the land owners of Cromer and Shipden manors, join the Friends of Crpomer Museum to celebrate the town's rich history.
The Pastons in the lecture programme of the Sedgeford Historical and Archaeological Research Project for their summer excavation season. Click for the full SHARP 2020 schedule.
The "battle of North Walsham" of 1381 brought to an end the Peasant's Revolt. Join the reenactors and visit the many stalls and displays - as in 1381, the Pastons will be represented.
Peter Stibbons of the Paston Heritage Society demonstrates the work being undertaken to build a Paston world and put the Paston Letters into a searchable format on the world wide web. Norwich Central Baptist Church.
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In 2018 it was six hundred years since the writing of the first of the Paston Letters, that unique collection of family correspondence giving insights from family life to English national politics in the 15th and 16th centuries. The Paston Heritage Society and the University of East Anglia have been funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund to developed learning materials, on-line resources and community events around the Paston Letters. We are seeking the participation of all who would like to contribute to this major historical project. You can learn a little about past events and plans for the future from this and its linked sites.