Notes and printed material about buildings in Hethersett and Norfolk
‘Clay Lump’ by E. A. Howes. Photocopy of an article in Norfolk Fair on traditional building materials.
‘Flint’ by E. A. Howes. Photocopy of an article in Norfolk Fair on traditional building materials.
‘The Marl Pit’ by R. D. Clover. Photocopy of an article in Norfolk Fair explaining how marl was excavated and used.
‘Norfolk Brick’ by E. A. Howes. Photocopy of an article in Norfolk Fair discussing widespread use of brick in East Anglian buildings from the end of the 16th century, with illustrations.
‘Barningham Lows, Past and Present’ by Verily Anderson. Photocopy of part of an article containing illustrated history of the house.
‘House History’ by Clive Wilkins Jones. Typescript notes issued by Norfolk County Library, Norwich Division, on sources to use when tracing the history of a house.
Notes on listed and other buildings in Hethersett and their occupants, dates of construction of council houses, etc.
Letter from John W. Bracey, Sprowston, to the Parish Clerk, Hethersett: the principal manufacturer of ‘Tin Tabernacles’ in Norfolk was Boulton & Paul of Riverside Works, Norwich, whose records were destroyed during the war; asks if there is a ‘Tin Tabernacle’ still standing or known to have existed in the parish.
20 May 1998
South Norfolk’s Heritage, published by South Norfolk District Council. (booklet)
‘Better by Design’: article by Jo Rose on work for building harmony in the countryside by the Countryside Commission and consultants BDOR Ltd.
South Norfolk Council: Design Guidance: Building materials and details. (booklet)
South Norfolk Council: Design Guidance: Extensions and alterations to houses. (booklet)
South Norfolk Council: Design Guidance: Listed buildings, alterations and extensions. (booklet)