Norma received her Masters in Medieval Archaeology from the University of York in 2015. Her dissertation explored the relationship between population composition, seigneurial power and spatial patterns of church construction in villages of the Anglo-Norman Danelaw. A summary of this work was published in Medieval Settlement Research (2017). From there, she worked in commercial archaeology for a number of years, most recently as the Geomatics Project Officer for Trent and Peak Archaeology.
She currently works at the University of Nottingham - Nottingham Geospatial Institute, but her continued involvement in the Society is proof that a love of churches can never go away.