estate map by James Corbridge

Announcing the NNAS Research Fund

The Society is pleased to announce a new research fund, set up in 2007, to offer grants of up to £500 for Norfolk-related research into any archaeological or historical subject.

Applicants must be current members of the Society and grants can be made for all aspects of research, including travel expenses connected directly to research, and printing and publication, but excluding the payment of academic fees.

Members are invited to apply for grants at any time of year, by submitting a project proposal of no more than 500 words to the Council of the Society, c/o the Hon. Secretary, Edmund Perry, Wild Grasses, Rectory Road, East Carleton, Norwich, NR14 8HT, Email:

Successful applicants will be required to submit a summary report, which should not exceed 250 words, at the end of the year in which the grant is made. The research itself may be published by the Society in its journal Norfolk Archaeology if this is considered appropriate by the Hon. Editor.