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Concerning financial affairs, death of Mr Reading and congratulations on her marriage to Mr Peach, one letter on reverse side of letter from Miss A. Ramsay, Lowestoft concerning Mary's school progress.

Adult Education

Description: Discussion of funding vouchers for adult education courses in West Norfolk funded by Norfolk County Council.
Recording location: Norfolk, England, UK
Performer(s)/contributer(s): unidentified (speaker, male, presenter); unidentified (speaker, female, interviewee)
Recording note(s): Recorded with the intention of being broadcast on BBC Radio Norfolk.

Adult Learning Week

Description: Discussion of Adult Learning Week including the increased availability and participation in access courses and combatting the stigma surrounding accessing education later in life.
Recording location: Norfolk, England, UK
Performer(s)/contributer(s): unidentified (speaker, female, presenter); Richards, Paul (speaker, male, interviewee, Norfolk College); Ricks, Barbara (speaker, female, interviewee); Phipps, Rachel (speaker, female, interviewee, Community Education Co-ordinator); Bushell, Dick (speaker, male, interviewee, Joint Manager of the King's Lynn Job Centre)
Recording note(s): Recorded with the intention of being broadcast on BBC Radio Norfolk.

Certificates and appointments

Includes papers of certification relating to Frederic Eaton, required as a Commissioner for Oaths in the city of Norwich, 12 January 1904; appointment of Frederic Eaton as Commissioner for Oaths in the city of Norwich, 19 February 1904; application relating to petition of Frederic Eaton to the appointment of Commissioner of Oaths, city of Norwich, undated [Feb 1904]; and a copy of 'The Weekly Notes', published for the Incorporated Council of Law reporting for England and Wales, concerning the application by Frederic Eaton to be appointed and admitted as Notary Public for Norwich, 30 January 1904.

Correspondence about application of John Davile to be master of the Free School, Lynn

Including letters to Revd Dr [Thomas] Pyle recommending Davile from, William Herring, Bishopthorp, and John Jackson, London, 1746; recommendation of John Davile for ordination by the master and senior fellows of Trinity College, Cambridge, 1736, letter of recommendation by John Clarke, Beverley, 1737, list of boys at King's Lynn Grammar School, nd.

Correspondence file

Contains correspondence and related papers with particular reference to Wymondham College Trust Appeal. Also includes copies of architects' plans by J.F. Tucker of Norfolk County Council, concerning outline proposals for remodelling the science and technology rooms at Wymondham College, June 1987; plans for central dining block, July-October 1986, and plan relating to structural steelwork, undated [1980s]; college brochure, undated [1980s]; and proposal for new science department, 25 November 1986.

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