Information about Norfolk Museums Service (NMS) Collections Policies including immunity from seizure
These policies outline the principles that provide NMS the framework and standards for transparent and scrupulous management of collections in our care, using clear procedures and decision making processes common to UK museums in the Arts Council Accreditation Scheme.
If you have further enquiries regarding collections management policies and procedures, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Due to delivery of the Norwich Castle : Gateway to Medieval England project, the NMS loans out programme has been temporarily paused until Spring 2021. No further requests for loans out will be accepted until after this time.
Please note that all loan requests that have already been agreed will still be delivered.
Deposition of Archaeological Fieldwork Archives
- Notification of charging for archaeological archives
- Deposition Requirements for Archaeological Fieldwork Archives
- Delivery of Archaeological Archives to Norfolk Museums Service
- Due diligence policy
- Due diligence checklist for archaeological archives (for information only)
Responsible Fossil Hunting
Fossil collecting is an enjoyable and rewarding experience, but we need to do it responsibly to maintain our fossil heritage for future generations. Download our free fact sheet about how to responsibly collect fossils in Norfolk, with tips on how to keep safe and within the law.
Immunity from seizure
There are no exhibitions with protected objects at present.
All works currently being proposed for or covered by immunity from seizure in the UK are linked to the Arts Council's website.