Preserving Norfolk’s built heritage

Established in 1977, Norfolk Historic Buildings Trust has been instrumental in saving more than 20 historic buildings across Norfolk that might otherwise have been lost.

Entirely self-financing and largely run by volunteers, the Trust’s mission is the conservation and promotion of Norfolk’s built heritage.

We seek to achieve this mission by being:

A CATALYST for building conservation initiatives, working in partnership with others.

A CHAMPION for conservation through campaigning, fundraising and raising public awareness of its work.

A CUSTODIAN for important buildings where no independent economic and sustainable use exists.


Latest News

Oulton Chapel Open Days 2022

The Chapel will be open on Sunday 10 April, 2-4pm and then every second Sunday until October.

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Becket's Chapel, Wymondham

Thanks to funding from the Architectural Heritage Fund and Historic England, NHBT is undertaking detailed surveys and investigative works at Becket's Chapel.

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