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MARTHAM LOCAL HISTORY GROUP Researching the history of Martham

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Welcome to 
Martham Local History Group Website
 
Researching and enjoying the History of Martham, 
a busy Norfolk village
surrounded by the Norfolk Broads, 
whilst looking further afield in East Anglia

WE KEEP ON GROWING
MUST BE A GOOD PLACE TO BE

This site was last modified on Sunday, 29 October 2017 19:05



HOW TO FIND US

Map down, sorry.
But click "click the map" below 
to go to a map showing 
NR29 4AH
which is next to the church.

NR29 4AH
Click the map to open an interactive map in a new window.
 
We meet in Martham Methodist Church which is on the left side of Repps Road, opposite Rollesby Road, just before the zebra crossing. Repps Road comes in from the A149. NR29 4AH, the nearest we can get but slightly to the east of the church - use this post code in your SatNav.

Park on the car park just beyond the zebra crossing, on the right.

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2018 PROGRAMME 
OUT SOON
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MARTHAM STORIES IS ONLINE

This series of short films about the recent History of Martham can be easily viewed by searching Martham Stories. Many feature long-standing residents recalling their childhood in the village. They were produced with the help of students at Flegg High School who created the artwork, did the filming and conducted several of the interviews.

OR CLICK THE LINK AT THE FOOT OF THE PAGE TO GO DIRECT TO MARTHAM STORIES
Under Research Links you will find a list of other interesting and useful contacts.

 


RECENT EVENTS


TOO BUSY - SORRY 

CATCH UP SOON FOR 

JULY TO OCTOBER

 

TRIPS TO

LAVENHAM, THURNE AND THE NORTH WALSHAM & DILHAM CANAL

PLUS

THE GREAT YARMOUTH WORKHOUSE

AND M&GN GHOSTS


THAT BLUE PLAQUE

June 2017

The Bishop's Visit

MLHG share an event

 with St Mary's

Martham Page 


RADAR MUSEUM NEATISHEAD

May 2017

A visit that gave insights into behind the scenes in World War II and the Cold War

Norfolk at War page


THE PASTON HERITAGE

April 2017

Dr Rob Knee gave an inspiring, and even surprising,talk on a family that merits wider attention.

Norfolk page


THE WORKING LIFE OF A STONE MASON

March 2017

A cheeky but amusing talk by Master Mason Colin Smith of Great Yarmouth.

Neighbours page


EYES ALONG THE NORFOLK COAST

January 2017

A packed audience for Peter Lawrence.

Norfolk page



 

 MARTHAM STAITHE AT THE END OF ONE OF OUR EXPLORATORY WALKS