Dragon Hall Heritage Volunteers
Would you like to know more about Dragon Hall : why it was built, who lived there, when it was built, how it was built? The site has been occupied for 1000 years.
The Dragon Hall Heritage Volunteers are a dedicated group of local historians and experienced tour guides who have been involved in interpreting and presenting the history of the Hall to the public for many years, when it was in the care of the Norfolk and Norwich Heritage Trust. Now we want to continue to promote public access to, and knowledge of, the Hall. We are also making available to the public on line the fruits of many years of fund raising, conservation, research, archaeology and re-development from the 1970s, when Dragon Hall was ‘re-discovered’, up to the early 2000s.
The new custodian of the Hall is the National Centre for Writing who operate the building as a venue for writers. They are keen to continue to highlight the historical and heritage aspect of the Hall and have encouraged us to offer guided tours on specific days. For dates for tours please go to the National Centre for Writing website.
We also offer a varied programme of talks, walks, performances and demonstrations which we bring to your society or organisation. For more information, including prices, please download our Talks Guide (2.2Mb). To book a talk, walk, performance or demonstration please download our Booking Form (492Kb).
We also have a Local History Study Group - and a group of Mummers!
Do contact us for more information or to be added to our mailing list.