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Upcoming Events

Sir John Fenn & the Discovery of the Paston Letters
22 Nov, 2019 ~ 14:00
Maids Head Hotel
Sir John Fenn & the Discovery of the Paston Letters

Sir John Fenn attends in person to tell us about the discovery of the fascinating Paston Letters.

Training for Volunteers, Paston Letters database
23 Nov, 2019 ~ 10:00-11:30
Norfolk Record Office
Training for Volunteers, Paston Letters database

A Saturday opportunity for those helping with the on-line digitisation of the Letters. Booking necessary. Interested in helping? See the Volunteer's page on this site.

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600 Paston Footprints

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.

About The Paston Heritage Society
About The Paston Heritage Society