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“Beautiful spiritual place”
Review of St Peter Mancroft

St Peter Mancroft
Ranked #26 of 152 things to do in Norwich
Certificate of Excellence
Reviewed 1 July 2014

The building is beautiful and the peace and spirituality of the building is felt immediately on entry. Excellent stained glass and a must to see when on a visit to Norwich. Often drop in for a short visit each time I am in the city and am never disappointed with my time spent there.

Thank JMB50
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Reviewed 28 May 2014

Lovely church well worth a visit. Lovely stained glass windows. have a coffee or tea and relax. Some good concerts held here too. Truly inspiring.

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Reviewed 24 April 2014

Lovely building with good atmosphere and history. A very knowledgeable and enthusiastic gentleman imparted more information and enhanced our visit.

Thank LondonPersephone
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Reviewed 8 February 2014

Beautiful alters and a wonderful peaceful atmosphere. You can light a candle for a loved one and it's certainly a place for contemplation and prayer.

Thank 2Anne
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Reviewed 15 November 2013

Started at St.Peter Mancroft one of many fine churches in Norwich with beautiful stained glass windows, nice light interior a good start to our wander around. Norwich to us is still a beautiful city and always worth a visit. It is clean and the people seem reasonably happy and going into various shops to be greeted cheerfully with a smile, such a difference to where we live near London.
Had lunch in Marmalades, again nice cheerful young ladies dealing with luchtime eaters. Good snack nicely served and presented.
4 hours well spent.

Thank graham c
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