Monthly Archives: June 2015

Campanology: ‘Once you learn you will get hooked.’

The final of the National Twelve Bell Striking Contest will be held at St Peter Mancroft Church tomorrow, when 10 of the best teams of ringers from across the country, plus several hundred visiting ringers will visit the city. The … Continue reading

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Plains, Priests, and Protest: Refugee Week in Norwich

This week is Refugee Week, and Norwich is most certainly a city of refuge. There have been many refugees in the city over the centuries and they have left their mark in many different ways.  Have you ever wondered why … Continue reading

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New Competition

We have just launched our new competition, How well do you know Norwich? We have taken 15 photographs showing close-ups of parts of well-known Norwich buildings. Each building is included in a competition form, which can be downloaded here. Identify … Continue reading

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Creative Writing Winners Announced

We were so impressed by the standard of entries to our WW1 themed creative writing competition that we chose a winner from two age categories. ‘Love at First Shell’, written by Hope Owen Mcnair, in Year 6 at Fairhaven Primary School, wrote … Continue reading

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