Important message about coronavirus
Regrettably all events are cancelled until further notice. The committee is hoping to be able to rearrange those that have had to be cancelled and hold them as soon as circumstances allow next year.
The Wednesday opening of the Tony Arter Heritage Room is also cancelled until further notice. For any queries or information about the history of Docking or the Group itself please contact us via this website.
Docking Heritage Group
Through these pages we aim to bring you a snapshot of the activities of the Docking Heritage Group and keep you informed of the progress we are making researching and recording the history of the ancient village of Docking in North West Norfolk.
We are always looking for new material for our village archive and if you have any photographs, newspaper cuttings,memories or artifacts we would welcome the opportunity to record them. By publishing our event diary on this website we hope you will be able to join us in the Tony Arter Heritage Room at the Ripper Hall, High Street, Docking.
The room is open most Wednesday mornings between 10am and 12 noon, including through the winter months, when some of our members will be on hand to help you with any queries you may have and show you our collection of photos, maps and other documents. A Community Information Point can also be found in the room which is available during the room opening hours.
Contact; Helena Aldis, Hon Secretary.
We look forward to meeting you through this website and welcome your feedback.
RAF Bircham Newton Heritage Centre – after the successful trial reopening in compliance with COVID-19 guidance on August 30th the centre will also be open on the following Sundays: September 27th, October 25th and November 8th. Click here for more details.
VOICES FROM DOCKING
VOICES FROM DOCKING – recollections of a Norfolk village is the Heritage Group’s latest publication. Find out more and purchase a copy on our Sales and Publications page.
DOCKING COMMUNITY ARCHIVE
Docking Heritage Group have created another way to allow people to share their photographs, stories and memories by setting up a new Facebook group called ‘Docking Community Archive’. For those with a Facebook account simply click on the icon on the left, join the group and begin sharing your Docking related memories.