THOSE OF YOU who
are keen on all things Norfolk here are some interesting
links you may be interested in:
Some sound files and much more!
A fun quiz, with a series of Norfolk-themed questions, such
as: What would you do with a cushie? And four
answers to choose from!
from South Elmham
Listen to Edward as he speaks in traditional Norfolk dialect,
using a number of distinctive expressions, such as referring
to his wife as mawther.
to know Norwich
A look around our Fine City in words and pictures.
This a link to the Lancashire Dialect Society, who are set
to preserve the literary heritage of Lancashire and, like
FOND, preserve the spoken and written heritage neglected of
late by many inhabitants of that county.
A very informative site on all things Norfolk.
BBC Sound files
What do you know of the local dialect? Here you can meet the
Boy Colin, Robert, Wendy, Tony and James who all have
a passion for the sound of Norfolk.
A website for national dialects and much more well
Dialect Taught in Schools
The aim is to introduce understanding and appreciation of
the dialect spoken by native people into eleven schools.
For the serious Norfolk researcher.
Discover more about the county, for instance the reason why
Norfolk was settled in pre-Roman times, with neolithic camps
along the higher land in the west.
Examples of words and grammar from his book The Norfolk
Dialect. This page takes a long time to load but it is
worth it, so please be patient!
Beautiful photographs of Norfolk; from Aldborough to Wymondham,
and many in between! Well worth a visit.
Choose your dialect.
leave your comments or any questions in the FOND
as wed like to hear from yew, tergether!