St Peter Southgate

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‘St Peter Southgate Church, Norwich’ by Joseph Stannard. Copyright Norwich Castle Museum and Art Gallery/Norfolk Museums Service

St Peter Southgate was the southern-most parish church inside Norwich’s city walls at the far end of King Street. Located in an area historically associated with fishermen the church’s dedication was pertinent to its location and congregation. The church was rebuilt in the second quarter of the 14th century with additions in the early 16th century. Having fallen into disrepair it was demolished in the 1880s.

º the-lost-church-of-st-peter-southgate.pdf

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