When you visit the East Anglian town of Norwich in Norfolk, the first thing you notice is the beautiful 15th century church in the centre of town. The Church of St Peter Mancroft lies on a slightly elevated position next to the market and opposite the Norwich City Hall.
The church was built between 1430 and 1455 but it has a Norman foundation and a church was first built here in 1075 by Ralph de Guader, Earl of Norfolk.
We spent a whole day in Norwich during our recent trip to East Anglia, so think of these photos as “before” photos. We took some stunning photos when night fell later on in the day.