Everyone is welcome at our meetings and events

Ordinary Archive meetings take place on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of the month in the Church Rooms. Just turn up and join in. We do not have formal membership. You are also welcome at our winter walks and all the other exhibitions and events we take part in.

Check out the calendar below for details:

 


 

 

This is the calendar where you will find details of our meetings

 

 

 

Archive meetings 2022

We meet on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of the month in the Church Rooms, Norwich Road at 7.00pm.
Everyone is welcome to attend any of our meetings.

All our meetings are informal and usually include an update on new archive material we have gathered. TBA (to be announced) means we don't know for sure yet what will happen at this meeting. We have lots of plans for future meetings so keep looking back here for updates.

Here is the list of meetings. Everyone is welcome. Just turn up.

Apr 12th -   Then and Now
Apr 26th -   Ludham Artists
May 10th -  A lighthearted look at clothing in our times
May 24th -  Tell us about a Special Event in your life.
June 14th - Important Ludham People from the past.
June 28th - TBA
July 12th  - Ludham Events from the past.
July 26th -  Summer Social

There are no meetings in August

Sept 13th - TBA
Sept 27th - TBA
Oct 11th - TBA
Oct 25th - TBA
Nov 8th - TBA
Nov 22nd - TBA
Dec 13th - Christmas Party

You can also keep up to date with the Ludham Archive on our Facebook Page. This page is regularly updated with articles, photographs and things of interest.

Keep looking in for updates.

Events


2022 is the Ludham Archive's 20th Birthday. To celebrate this special event, we will be  holding an exhibition of Ludham History.

May 14/15th  - Ludham Archive Open Weekend. An Exhibition in St Catherine's Church 10.00 to 16.00 both days.

The event is free and refreshments will be available. So come along and immerse yourself in the history of the village.

There will be:
Displays of Ludham History in photographs

Guided history walks

Slide and video shows

Interactive Computers

Help with tracing your family tree

A chance to share your memories of Ludham

A view of our textile projects

and much more.

The event includes our special guest exhibition, The Museum of Food. Why not bring along your own Norfolk recipes to add to the collection?  They will also have a section on Norfolk Dialect including a recording made many years ago in Ludham.

So why not come along and find out about Ludham's past in a fun and interesting way?

open day


Other Events

June 26th -     Ludham Open Gardens


Winter Walks 2022


Everyone is invited to our monthly winter walks. A chance to explore the footpaths of Ludham with a friendly informal group. There is usually someone there to explain the history as we go. No walks are longer than 4 miles and generally take about one and a half hours. Meet outside Ludham Convenience Store in the center of Ludham at 2.00pm . Bring boots as it can be muddy.

Winter walks will be back in October 2022. Enjoy the Summer.

There are details of Ludham Walks you can follow on our Walks Page.



 

  Future Events


  No events at present


 



We meet in the Church Rooms, Norwich Road, Ludham.
Meetings start at 7.00pm and end at 9.00pm. We make a non-compulsory donation of 1 which pays for the hire of the room and the tea and biscuits.
We do not normally meet in August.

Winter Walks

Each winter month we organise a ramble round the footpaths of Ludham. The walks start outside the Village shop at 2.00pm unless otherwise stated. All are welcome.
Bring boots as it can be muddy and don't forget your raincoat.

Other events:

The archive group can often be found at village events. We put on displays so that everyone can see the archive collection.
Sometimes we give presentations to other groups with a slide show or video.

Review of New Material:

The Ludham Archive continues to collect new archive material about Ludham. New items are constantly arriving.
We look at new material at most meetings, but such is the volume of new stuff that we need to devote some of our meetings to looking at it. These are fascinating events and you never know what gems are going to turn up next.

TBA (To Be Advised):

All this means is that we don't know for sure what will be happening at this meeting. We have lots of plans for future meetings but the dates can be a bit fluid and we sometimes have to change them about a bit.
Keep looking in to this page to see the latest information.
Whatever happens, it will be interesting and often a bit different. That's normal at the Ludham Archive.