"A society for people interested in exploring, researching and preserving the history and archaeology of Great Yarmouth "

Coronavirus Update Dec 2020

Following the positive vaccine news we are hopeful that after Easter 2021 our group will be able to gather once again at Christchurch.

In anticipation, are we are planning an exciting season of Friday evening lectures for members to enjoy.

There will be lots to look forward to in 2021 as next year's events will also include the postponed History Fair in June and the Early Man conference in the autumn.

Membership fees for 2020 have been carried over to 2021 so if you have paid up to date there will be no membership fees to pay  (there will however be a charge if you would like to receive the 2021 journal) - details to follow in the new year).  

In the meantime, we are able to offer an exciting programme of online lectures and talks for members to enjoy. Click here for more details.

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GYLHAS Members on the 2019 visit to Boston

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Coronavirus Update

Activities and events for our YAC have been postponed until spring 2021 when we will review the situation.

The Young History and Archaeologists Club endeavours to educate and inspire young people from the area. Led by members of the Society and in partnership with Norfolk Museum Service and Historic England, the group meets monthly at the Time and Tide museum to explore, discover and have fun with history. 

To find out more click on the YHAC logo

Autumn Programme of Virtual Talks

We are hopeful that we will be able to gather once again at Christchurch. We are hoping to resume the Friday evening lectures from Easter and will present a full programme of activities throughout the year, including our popular summer excursions. There will be lots to look forward to in 2021 as next year's events will also include the postponed History Fair in June and the Early Man conference in the autumn ur new season of exciting online talks has been confirmed. See the full programme here. As a member you will already have been advised how to access the programme but if you are not a member or would like more information click here.   

 

 

 

St Nicholas Minster is probably the oldest building in Great Yarmouth. Dr. Paul Davies, the society's Chair, who has written extensively on the building and related topics, provides us with virtual tour of the building. He will be available to answer questions during the talk.

Dr. Paul Davies is a member of a number of prominent societies in the town including the Great Yarmouth Preservation Trust, Great Yarmouth Minister Preservation Trust (Chair), Great Yarmouth Civic Society and Great Yarmouth Local History and Archaeological Society (Chair).

 

 

A Virtual Tour around St Nicholas Minster (December 18th)
Dr. Paul Davies (50 minutes)

                                 

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GYLHAS is a registered Charity No 277272 and is affiliated to the Council for British Archaeology