Also, if you have other sites which are directly relevant to the Tas Valley, are non-commercial and may be of interest to others, please let us know via the Contacts page.
Heroes Of Our Time
A website driven by Donna Gray whose father "dedicated a lot of his time to researching and ensuring those lost souls really got the respect they deserved and most importantly were never forgotten" and includes information on heroes from many local villages, including Tasburgh.
- Norfolk Industrial Archaeology Society - a friendly amateur Society, whose members have for over 40 years brought their individual skills, knowledge and interests to find out more of the history and archaeology of Norfolk
- Norfolk Heritage Explorer - This website offers a unique opportunity to access the Norfolk Historic Environment Record online database of the county's archaeological sites and historic buildings containing over 60,000 records describing the archaeology of Norfolk from the earliest evidence for human occupation from 750,000 BC up to the present day (including a section on Tharston).
- English Heritage champions our historic places and advises the Government and others to help get the best out of our heritage and ensure that it is protected for the future.
- Museums Norfolk - detailed museum information and suggestions of other good things to do, and for local historians and enthusiasts, there are also details of how to access archives and reserve collections.
- Norfolk Family History Society - the Society welcomes people researching their Norfolk ancestors and family history
NRO Online Catalogue
The Norfolk Record Office online catalogue from where you can find information about the catalogued holdings of the Norfolk Record Office, the King's Lynn Borough Archives and the Norfolk Sound Archive.