The Church of St Peter Mancroft, Norwich

Masonry restoration to the fabric of the Church in all elevations.

Brief History of Building: It was built in the mid 15th century and stands to the South of the provision market. Its architecture is typical of the perpendicular period of English Gothic; a Cruciform with a massive West tower, large windows and graceful columns reaching to a row of Clerestory windows. The Gt. East window contains the largest surviving collection of Medieval painted glass in the City.

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