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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 the History of Martham, a busy Norfolk village
surrounded by the Norfolk Broads, 
whilst looking further afield in East Anglia

 
HOW TO FIND US
 
Click View on Google Maps.  Find Repps Road, which links with the A149 one mile south of Potter Heigham. We meet in either the Methodist School Room or Martham Village Hall.
 
The Methodist School Room is on the left side of Repps Road, behind the chapel, which is opposite Rollesby Road, just before the zebra crossing.  Park on the car park just beyond the zebra crossing, on the right.
 
The Village Hall is a little further along (about 300 yards) on the left of White Street, just past Cornerstone Baptist Church.  There is ample parking to the right of and behind the Hall.

RECENT POSTINGS


MIDLAND AND GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY

February 2015

Nigel Digby brings in a packed audience. Photos from MLHG collection


THE GEORGIAN LADY

November 2015

Molly Housego returns to delight our first meeting in the Methodist Church, our new venue

(in preparation)


LANDSCAPE HISTORY OF THE NORFOLK BROADS

October 2014

Lively address by Professor Tom Williamson of UEA


AGM  SEPTEMBER 2014

Member Peter Lawrence spoke on East Anglian Families with Influence


MARTHAM STORIES

Launch of this heritage film was in May 2013

Click the link at the foot of any page


ON SALE

"Martham

Sixty Years of Change"

SOUVENIR BOOKLET 

to commemorate the 

Diamond Jubilee of 

HM Queen Elizabeth II

£2.50 at Parish Church

£4.00 by post

Call 01493 740379 

 

 

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