My home town, Norwich, was once England’s second city; it has an amazing depth of history and despite the Blitz and post-war ‘renewal’ many wonderful buildings survive. In addition to medieval history and architecture I am fascinated by the Aesthetic Movement, the Arts and Crafts Movement and Art Nouveau. Posts tend to be eclectic.

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  1. Terry Kendrick said:

    Very enjoyable blog. Many thanks. Terry


  2. Barry Witcher said:

    Terry’s right. Do you give talks to local historical societies?


    • Hi Barry,
      Re “Terry’s right”, do you mean Terry’s last comment about Rev Nixseaman’s idea that Unthank’s House was at the city end of Unthank Road? I could add more to this but wanted to check first that this is what you meant. Best wishes, Reggie


  3. Thank-you so much for the follow! I have had a quick look at your wonderful blog and am following you back!


  4. I have been flattered by your attention to my blog, and am impressed by the professional nature of your blog, especially on Sir James Edward Smith.


  5. A lovely site and wonderful cornucopia of professionally written articles. I once lived opposite the Unthank Arms in Bury Street and have many memories of the area. I look forward to future items while delving further into your catalogue.

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