Since medieval times, the city has evidently suffered from serious flood events several times each century, culminating in the Great Flood of 1912.  Over three mornings in November you will get an insight into the way Norwich has been susceptible to flooding, what efforts have been made to do something about it, and form a view as to whether it could happen again.

Note: In response to demand we are once again offering this fascinating short course, by local author Matthew Williams.   The Autumn programme will consist of two sessions of talks and activity followed by a guided walk looking at parts of the city at the heart of the story of historic flooding and its future prevention.

Book by clicking here    or telephone 0300 303 3464