You must be a current member of the Society to attend, vote or to stand for an elected position. All membership categories are classed as voting members with the exception of ‘Friends’ and ‘Student Associates’. If you are not already a member click here to find out more about our memberships.

Annual General Meeting (AGM) 2022

Thursday 7th July 2022 at 6.30pm

This is a hybrid event, with a small in-person audience* and an online audience via zoom

Venue: The Green Room, Norfolk Record Office, The Archive Centre, Martineau Lane, Norwich, NR1 2DQ

This is a hybrid event, for members of the society only.
Members will need to register in advance to attend the AGM in person or online.


  1. Welcome
  2. Apologies
  3. Minutes of the General Meeting held on the 8th July 2021
  4. Trustees’ Report and Financial Statements for Year Ending 31 December 2021
  5. Appointment of Auditor
  6. Election of President and Vice-Presidents
  7. Election of Officers
  8. Election of Members of Council
  9. Any other Business
    1. New Membership Rates
    2. New Membership Categories

After the conclusion of the General Meeting, at 7.15pm and open to
members and non-members, who must have previously registered,

Volume LXXXVI will be launched:

The Literary Papers of the Reverend Jermyn Pratt (1723-1791)
edited by Ema Vyroubalová and James Robert Wood

The volume will be introduced in a lecture by Dr Min Wild, of the University of Plymouth

For more information and to register to attend visit our events page

Information on how to join the Annual General Meeting online along with the AGM documents will be emailed to all voting members along with the link to register to attend in-person.

For those members who have not registered an email with us, if you contact us we can arrange for the AGM documents to be printed and posted to you.

If you have questions or comments relating to the AGM, please contact the Hon Secretary.

* In the event that government guidance on Covid-19, on social distancing and gatherings or Norfolk County Council policies means that it is not possible to hold an in-person meeting, the AGM will take place online.