Here are some views taken from atop St. Clement's Church tower where our lodge is based.
A view of the nave roof with 'weeping' chancel slightly offset.
A view of our Guild Garden. By summer this will be brimming with blossom and blooms.
Fye Bridge spanning the River Wensum.
Looking northwards along historic Magdalen Street, this is the area where the Norwich started during the mid-Anglo-Saxon period (the 'north wick' - 'wick' meaning 'port' or trading 'place').
Keeping our focus on Norwich Over the Water we get a great view of the Octagon Chapel, built for the Unitarian's during the Eighteenth century (our apprentices are currently doing restoration work on their steps incidently).
Again, on the north side of the city, a view of the River Wensum, near where the original Anglo-Saxon port once operated.
Finally, the highest surviving Norman Cathedral tower in Britain.