During the food riots of 1816, a letter was sent to "the Gentlemen of the parish of Ashill, Norfolk," demanding wage increases and greater collectivisation of t...

We would like to present Norwich CamWatch Project, a counter-surveillance initiative mapping out public CCTV cameras around Norwich. Encouragement is given to u...

We have just posted the first in an ongoing series of stories about the rebellious history of Norwich and Norfolk. It looks at the 1887 incident known as The Ba...

Our next discussion group is during the evening of 23rd June, in Norwich, where a text regarding hunt sabotage and animal liberation written by one of the group...


We give to you, our friends, an article on the Norwich-based Suffragette, Miriam Pratt. Her actions were a brief spark in the long corridors of history but they...

The Downham Market Food Riot was the most aggressive and successful insurrection in Norfolk during the spate of unrest that swept through the UK in 1815/1816.

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