Related content in “Norfolk”

  • Eastern Baptist Association

    Organisation Page

    Regional area for the BU including support and advice for church buildings.

  • Eastern Synod

    Organisation Page

    Regional area for the URC including support and advice for church buildings.

  • Helixcopters Ltd

    Trades Directory

    We are Helixcopters Ltd and we offer drone surveys and inspections and photographic services. We are CAA approved and have been granted permission for commercial operations (PfCO number 2901) and are fully insured for your peace of mind. We can...

  • Holy Well Glass

    Trades Directory

    Leading independent Stained Glass Conservation studio, by Royal Appointment to Her Majesty The Queen 

  • Javalin Network Services

    Trades Directory

    Specialists in the provision of structured cabling for computer networks, telephones, Wifi, CCTV, MFD devices. Wifi, Digital Signage, projectors, screens manual and electric, TV's, audio.

  • Last of England

    Organisation Page

    A guide to churches in Norfolk, Suffolk and Essex, with images and information.

  • Merrin Joinery

    Trades Directory

    Merrin Joinery specialises in producing bespoke joinery for historic, ecclesiastical & listed buildings. From our workshop near Sherwood Forest we make all types of windows, doors sets, staircases and furniture. We also carry out restoration ...

  • Norfolk Archeologocial Trust

    Organisation Page

    THE Norfolk Archaeological Trust is a conservation charity devoted to the care of some of the most important archaeological sites in the county.

  • Norfolk Churches Trust

    Organisation Page

    The Norfolk Churches Trust was established in 1976 as a result of the threat of redundancy and in some cases demolition of medieval churches. The trust supports church buildings with advice and grant aid to ensure they are maintained as...

  • Norfolk Open Churches

    Organisation Page

    There are over 600 historic churches waiting to welcome visitors.They are scattered all over the countryside and in market towns and the medieval city of Norwich. They can be visited by car, by bike, by boat and on foot. So whether you are a local...