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Norwich Saint Michael at Plea Church, (Revelations Cafe)
Norwich Saint Michael at Plea Church, (Revelations Cafe)

Popping into Norwich for any reason, why not try out Revelation, the Cafe, Tearoom, and Christian Bookshop, Revelation the old Saint Michael at Plea Church on Redwell Street, Norwich, NR2-4SN, is within easy walk of the market place and City centre. The church is medieval and was restored in 1887 when a partition separating the chancel from the nave was removed, and new windows were inserted in the Transepts. The box pews were replaced with chairs and the angels in the roof were gilded. Windows still maintain some stained glass, the church has it's font and cover. Messent wrote: square west tower, a clock, one bell, nave, transepts, side chapels, chancel and south porch. Mainly of the Perpendicular period. There are many interesting brasses and other memorials to City worthies, including the Suckling, Ferrer and Harbord families. There are preserved many insignia of Mayors dating from 1765. Over the altar and above the pulpit are some panel paintings of the 14th century, supposed to be part of the old rood screen. Over the porch arch in each spandrel is a carving of Saint Michael and the Dragon. The door is a fine specimen of florid Gothic carving. The font has a fine Jacobean cover.
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