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Churches of Norfolk by the Old Boi Norwich City.



Norwich, All Saints, Westlegate.
Norwich Saint Clement.
Norwich, Saint Edmunds, Fishergate.
Norwich, Saint Etheldreda.
Norwich, Christ Church New Catton.
Norwich, Eaton Christ Church.
Norwich, Saint Gregory. Page 18 the Norfolk Almanac of Disasters.
Norwich Heartease St Francis.
Norwich Heigham Holy Trinity.
Norwich Keswick All Saints.
Norwich Lakenham Saint John the Baptist.
Norwich Cathedral
Norwich Saint Andrew.
Norwich Blackfriars.
Norwich Saint George. Tombland
Norwich Saint Mary the Less Tombland

Norwich Saint George, Colegate. (Was almost wholly rebuilt between 1459 and 1513, There are good Georgian fittings inside and a Victorian drinking fountain on tghe churchyard wall).

Norwich Saint Helen.
Norwich, Saint John de Sepulchre.
Norwich, Saint Margaret.
Norwich, Saint Martin at Oak.

Norwich, Saint Martin at Palace. (The medieval Church of Saint Martin at Palace, on Palace Plain, was much restored in Victorian times. Some of the fiercest fighting in Kett's Rebellion took place near here. On August 1st 1549, Robert Kett's men routed a detachment of royal troops sent to suppress the rising and killed their commander, the yound Lord Sheffield, who was buried in this church. After the defeat the royal forces, under the Marquis of Northampton, withdrew leaving the rebels in command of the city).

Norwich, Saint Mary Coslany. (Saint Mary's Plain, has the oldest church tower in Norwich, it was built in the 11th century in the Anglo-Saxon style).

Norwich, Saint Peter Parmentergate.
Norwich, Saint Saviour.
Norwich Saint John the Baptist.

Norwich Saint Julian. (The church of Saint Julian , off King Street, damaged in the Second World War, restored with a shrine to Dame Julian, the medieval mystic, who was in anchoress here.)

Norwich Saint Mary Magdalene.
Norwich Saint Mary in the Marsh.

Norwich Saint Michael at Plea, (Revelations Cafe) Now a cafe, Saint Michael at Plea, Queen Street. Like most Norwich churches, this was rebuilt in the 15th century and is all in the Perpendicular style. The heavy pinnacles on the tower are 19th century.

Norwich,Saint Nicholas, Page 36 the Norfolk Almanac of Disasters.
Norwich, Saint James, Pockthorpe.
Norwich Saint Peter Hungate.
Norwich Saint Peter Mancroft.
Norwich Saint Augustines' New Catton
Norwich Saint Giles.
Norwich Saint Lukes New Catton.
Norwich St Paul's Tuckswood.
Norwich Saint Stephen.
Norwich, Saint Simon and Saint Jude.
Norwich, Saint Swithin.
Norwich Saint Thomas Earlham Road.
Norwich St Thomas, Grove Walk.
Norwich Thorpe Hamlet, St Matthews.

Diocese of Norwich only have 9 parish churches within the city walls. And details of their opening times can be found on their website at https://www.dioceseofnorwich.org/ or within the online booklet which can be printed off as a pdf.

https://www.dioceseofnorwich.org/files/1715/2033/0170/ENC_2018_-_Feb_2018_Low_res.pdf

21 of the other churches are re-purposed and are in the care of either the Norwich Historic Churches Trust or The Churches Conservation Trust. To gain access you would need to approach both organisations. The administrator for the Norwich Historic Churches Trust can be reached on 01603 611530 or visit https://www.nhct-norwich.org/

For the CCT their website is the best place to start https://www.visitchurches.org.uk/visit/church-listing.html, as they only have three churches in the city

Saint John’s Maddermarket, Saint Augustine’s, St Laurence’s, The last church St Mary the Less is privately opened and access is extremely difficult.