Norfolk Polish Heritage Group (NPHG)
To research, record and disseminate the history of Polish migrants to Norfolk from World War 2 to the present day.
To develop community involvement with the story of post war Polish communities in Norfolk and to strengthen bonds between the people of Norfolk and the Polish diaspora. To facilitate integration between different generations of Polish migrants and to connect the history of Polish migration with the wider history of multicultural Britain.
- To develop an audio-visual archive of oral histories, images and documents for publication by the NPHG and deposition in the Norfolk Record Office archive collection.
- To train members in the techniques and skills involved in this work.
- To establish language-sharing conversations groups and translation service for members
- To produce an educational programme for specific schools in Norfolk and Norwich with a significant Polish catchment.
- To hold regular social events for the benefit of members, their families and the broader community.
The group meets on a regular basis at The Narthex, St John the Baptist Cathedral, Norwich, NR2 2PA
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