St Martin-at-Palace

St Martin-at-Palace is a medieval church, built on the site of two previous wooden churches dating from the 10th/11th centuries. An earlier burial dating, possibly from c700 indicate there had been religious activity on the site even earlier still. Restored in the mid nineteenth century, St Martin became redundant in 1971. Later it became reused by the Norfolk Probation Service in 1987, because of its close proximity to the Law Courts, and then other improvements followed including the restoration of the north aisle roof in 2007. MoveOn East then succeeded the Probation Service, but vacated the building in 2012 and it then stood empty until 2017 when the Norwich Historic Churches Trust located its main operations there.

Acrylics with knife on box canvas (61 x 50.8 x 4.0 cm).

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St Martin-at-Palace

St Martin-at-Palace is a medieval church, built on the site of two previous wooden churches dating from the 10th/11th centuries. An earlier burial dating, possibly from c700 indicate there had been religious activity on the site even earlier still. Restored in the mid nineteenth century, St Martin became redundant in 1971. Later it became reused by the Norfolk Probation Service in 1987, because of its close proximity to the Law Courts, and then other improvements followed including the restoration of the north aisle roof in 2007. MoveOn East then succeeded the Probation Service, but vacated the building in 2012 and it then stood empty until 2017 when the Norwich Historic Churches Trust located its main operations there.

Acrylics with knife on box canvas (61 x 50.8 x 4.0 cm).

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