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Parish Church of Saint Nicholas, North Walsham, Norfolk Open new window
The ancient medieval parish church of North Walsham is the largest of Norfolk's 'wool' churches. Its steeple was once 180 feet tall until it collapsed in 1724; it is now an impressive ruin standing sentinel over the old market town. The church has maintained a traditional choir of mens and boys voices for generations, where they sing at the Parish Eucharist and Choral Evensong every Sunday, as well as other festivals and special occasions. The organ is an excellent three-manual instrument. Liturgy of the church is traditional anglo-catholic in nature. (Added 29-Sep-2003)


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