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Welcome to the Thorpe Hamlet Web site!
Here you will
learn a little of the history of Thorpe Hamlet, find anecdotes about
the people who have lived and worked here, search for information about
lost friends and relatives, as well as some up to date
information about this thriving area. You will also find out about the
book that local residents of the Hamlet put together
in June 2004, now reprinted as well as the new publication about the road
names in the Hamlet
If you know
anyone else who maybe interested in this site please e-mail them this link
to the homepage:-
Can we help you
lost friends and relatives?
One of the most popular pages on the site is the Personal Memories page.
Here you can
read messages from other visitors to the site, read their memories of
living in the area and perhaps you can answer some of the questions
Some people have located
long lost friends an relatives who have moved across the world.
Visit the Personal Memories page
The book launched in 2004 has sold out, however it
may occasionally be available via St Matthews Church .
Click here to find out more
and read quotes from the book 'Memories of
Thorpe Hamlet' .
Don't miss the new booklet on road names in the
New local history project
What's up your street?
The local history group have
been working on a project to collect and publish the stories behind all
the street names in the Hamlet. For a taster start here with a page
that's Right up my street
Now the group are working on a
booklet about all the shops that have disappeared from the Hamlet.
Find the tropical garden in the Hamlet!
Discover the number of sites
based in Thorpe Hamlet.
Visit the Forum in Norwich, see Norwich live through the
live BBC webcams.
Read the local press.
Find local accommodation and lots more interesting
sites on our links page.
History of Thorpe Hamlet
The 1972 Geoffrey Goreham history of Thorpe
Hamlet delves back much further than the Memories of Thorpe Hamlet Book.
Read it here
New lease of life planned for the Ketts Heights
Following local community interest in the slightly rundown Ketts Heights
a committee of local residents is exploring ways that this valuable city
resource can be made really useful to local residents, City residents as a
whole and to visitors to our fine City.
Proposals include an area of allotments and a walkway between Gas Hill and
If you are interested in finding out more then send an e-mail to the
address at the bottom of the page
the Photo Gallery pages and see if you can spot any of your relatives or
Thorpe Hamlet sights and locations that have now disappeared.
Submit your own photographs of
Saint Matthews Church
The Parish Church
in Thorpe Hamlet is
Saint Matthew's Church in Telegraph
Spam and Virus e-mail problems.
If you have come to this page because you have received an
e-mail containing a virus from an
xxx @ thorpehamlet . free0nline . co . uk address we can
assure you that it has not come from us but a 'spoofer' who has stolen
our web address to send out spam e-mail and viruses. Our genuine
e-mail address is at the bottom of this page. We only ever reply to
mail sent to us and we always include your original message in our
reply. We have complained to the internet service provider (ISP) that is
being used for the spoof e-mails but the spoofers regularly move on to
new ISPs. We have excellent antivirus protection that checks our outgoing as well as
all incoming mail for viruses. You will see that we have now taken
the precaution of not publishing any e-mail addresses on the site and
use only pictures for e-mail addresses despite the inconvenience. We
have done this in order to try to avoid any future problems.
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to track down who is really sending you junk mail or viruses follow
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