The Norfolk Record Office (adjacent to C
ounty Hall) holds millions of documents, filling almost 10 miles of shelves. They have been created by a variety of organizations and people, past and present, range in date from the eleventh century to the twenty-first and relate to every town and parish in Norfolk. Among them are royal charters, title deeds, manorial court rolls, registers, accounts, minute books, correspondence, diaries, maps, architectural and other drawings, photographs, music, music and oral histories.
This is the safe place to deposit your parish records. The NRO also does ‘Behind the Scenes’ tours – giving you a look into the strong rooms, conservation areas and a view of original documents. If you deposit your parish records at the NRO you can always gain easy access to them, by booking ahead of your visit.
Tel 01603 222599