On the last weekend of every month the Norwich city council allows artists to display and sell their work commission free on the railings, that you can see in the foreground of this picture, that surround the St Peter Mancroft Church in Norwich’s city center.
Its a nice day even if you dont sell alot as you get to meet some interesting folk and take pictures of churchs.
It was built in the mid 15th century. The dedication of the church is to St. Peter and St. Paul but it is known locally as St. Peter Mancroft. The symbols of the two saints appear on either side of the north porch door and again inside the church.
Mancroft is a corruption of the Latin for a “great field” or a “great open space”.