Stained Glass of St Lawrence's Church, Norwich
St Lawrence has a very dramatic site: owing to the steep slope down to the river on its south side, it stands several feet below street level, but on the north, an equal height above it!
The Church which is owned by the Church Conservation Trust was stripped of its furnishings many years ago and now stands as a vast, impressive empty space, flooded with light from the great windows and clerestorey. The only stained glass which remains can be located in the east of the church including a medieval “collage” and an 1878 typical Clayton and Bell window.
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