Posted by: archaccess | January 6, 2016

The future of Norfolk’s Archaeological Services

Norfolk County Council are potentially looking at restructure in order to save costs. Under the current proposal this would mean the loss of the Finds Identification and Recording Service, reducing the number of new and enhanced HER records and ending all community support activities. lme14-2

There is a deadline of the 14th January for responses from the general public, so please make yourself heard, particularly if you currently use these services and would be affected by the changes. The Norfolk and Norwich Archaeological Society have provided some guidance with questions to think about before responding to this consultation as well as other ways in which to get in contact with the council and can be accessed here.

If you would like to go directly to the Norfolk Council Website and read more about this click here, or to go directly to the page about the changes to the Historic Environment Service please click here.

 

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