It is now 600 year since the first of the surviving Paston letters was written. The 600 Paston Footprints is a Heritage Lottery funded project that will, through community collaboration and detailed research, produce a range of new resources that will help local people connect with the remarkable story of the Paston family, as chronicled in the Paston Letters.
600 Paston Footprints is a collaborative project between numerous local partner organisations, including the Paston Heritage Society, the University of East Anglia, and the Norfolk Record Office. The three year project will highlight the remarkable story of the Paston family, the times they lived through, and make original resources available to the public for the very first time.
Access the NEW online data-set of the Paston letters.
Find out more about what the Paston Footprints project is, and what we’re up to.
Walk with us. Access fascinating Paston history on foot, by cycle or car using our maps.
Get involved. Visit the Paston Hubs, or access our educational resource pack.
Access information on the Paston Letters and the distinctive voices of the family who wrote them.
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Friday 14 September 2018 Senate House, London, WC1 7HU Sensorial interactions with heritage is opening a new field of interrogation into how...
Sunday 1st July 7 PM - 10 PM Members of the acclaimed Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment (OAE), directed by Robert Howarth, will be performing at...
Friday 27th July (Norfolk Day) Join Dr Rob Knee as he celebrates Norfolk Day in style, recounting the stories of Edmund Paston, his life and times....