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Repairs to City Hall’s iconic clock tower about to begin

Published on Friday, 3rd March 2017

Time is set to stand still as final preparations are carried out for essential repairs to City Hall’s clock tower which will see the timepiece's hands set to 12 while the work is done.

  • Celebrating the role of older people in Norwich

    Published: Friday, 23rd September 2016

    Norwich Older People’s Forum (NOPF) is holding its Annual General Meeting on Wednesday 28 September - and everyone is invited to attend.

  • Roll of Honour

    Remembering our fallen heroes

    Published: Tuesday, 20th September 2016

    They never returned to their loved ones in Norwich, 3,544 men whose lives were claimed during World War I.

  • Norwich to celebrate World Down Syndrome Day

    Published: Friday, 18th March 2016

    City Hall in Norwich is to be illuminated to mark World Down Syndrome Day on Monday 21 March.

  • Roll of Honour

    Conservation of Roll of Honour

    Published: Tuesday, 1st March 2016

    The Norwich Roll of Honour lists the names of 3,544 men from Norwich who died in World War I. It was designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens, who also designed the war memorial in St Peter’s Street.

  • Local D-Day veterans honoured

    Published: Wednesday, 17th February 2016

    Five local veterans received France’s highest honour in recognition of their role in the D-Day landings more than 70 years ago.

  • Glorious Gateway To City

    Published: Wednesday, 23rd December 2015

    Norwich City Council has money from capital receipts (generated from the sale of assets in 2015-16) to improve the small area in front of the city wall on Magpie Road.

  • A musical delight on Norwich Market

    Published: Tuesday, 8th December 2015

    A colourful new Christmas charity stall on Norwich Market is music to the ears and eyes of the Lord Mayor and Sheriff of Norwich.

  • Tell city council what matters to you

    Published: Monday, 2nd November 2015

    A survey launched today gives people in Norwich a say on what they want from the city council, as well as a possible council tax increase and other proposals.

  • Fair wages for all

    Published: Thursday, 29th October 2015

    A Question Time-style event, talks, workshops and information stalls will form part of a programme of activities and events for Norwich’s second Living Wage Week.

  • River consultation report published

    Published: Tuesday, 13th October 2015

    Regattas, punting and public art are just some of the suggestions made in a consultation that asked people how to make the most of the River Wensum.

  • More opportunities to Get Online in Norwich

    Published: Monday, 12th October 2015

    Norwich residents are being encouraged to find out how they can make their life easier by attending one of the Get Online Week events taking place in the city this week.

  • Bus lane cameras installed in city centre

    Published: Friday, 25th September 2015

    Bus lane cameras are being installed in three city centre locations on Monday 28 September ahead of the planned enforcement measures for St Stephen’s and Chapel Field North.

  • City celebration of civil liberties

    Published: Wednesday, 25th February 2015

    The Sheriff of Norwich, William Armstrong, will lead the city in its plans to celebrate liberty and justice, marking the Magna Carta’s 800th anniversary.

  • Joining forces for river improvements

    Published: Friday, 13th February 2015

    ‚ÄčA new partnership has been set up to make the most of a natural asset at the heart of the city – the River Wensum.