Hethersett talk on Norfolk dialect by Peter Trudgill
15:38 23 April 2012
Prof Peter Trudgill, president of Friends of Norfolk Dialect.
The “changing Norfolk dialect” will be the theme of a talk in Hethersett by Peter Trudgill, the president of Friends of Norfolk Dialect.
The event will be held in the Hethersett Methodist Church Hall in Great Melton Road from 2pm on Sunday, May 13.
The FOND president will talk about how the Norfolk dialect is alive and well and is always changing.
“So cum yew along to the dew,” he said.
Friends of Norfolk Dialect was founded in 1999 dedicated to conserving and recording Norfolk’s linguistic and cultural heritage. Admission is £4 on the door and £3 for FOND members.
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