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The Norwich Print Fair is now in its 13th year.It shows a fantastic variety of artwork, techniques and motives.

“Since it’s inception in 1995 The Norwich Print Fair has become one of the best loved independent shows selling contemporary, original, hand-made prints in East Anglia. It is an exhibition of Artists’ Original Prints
at St Margarets Church, St Benedict’s Street, Norwich.


Jules Allen, And Tears do fall


Louise Bird, Bombus Pratorum XIV


Ernst Nicol, Memento Moray


Rita Kearton, Sunflowers

Mon 8th Sept. to Sat 20th Sept. 2008

Open Mon to Sat – 10.00am to 5.00pm
Admission Free

Open Portfolio Days – Sat 13th & Sat 20th

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St Helen, Ranworth, in The Broads


Rood Screen in St Helen’s


painted ceiling in St Helen’s

Norfolk has the largest concentration of medieval churches in the world.  There were over 1,000 medieval churches built in Norfolk and 659 still remain, this is the greatest concentration in the world. Not only are these beautiful internationally important buildings, but they contain hundreds of medieval works of art and craftsmanship.


Salthouse Church

The simple and easily built round towers of early times gave way to the rich and spacious buildings in the prosperous Middle Ages, many noted for their beautiful rood screens, decorated roofs and bench carvings. The decline in the population of Norfolk left many churches isolated from their villages, but their towers still dominate the Norfolk landscape. (Source: Tour Norfolk)


Booton Church

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