Cedar residents visit Norwich Cathedral

Residents from Cedar House had a trip to the beautiful Norwich Cathedral recently.

Everyone on the trip was struck by the stunning architecture of 900 year old Norman building.

The trip involved a circuitous tour of the cloisters, as well as a close-up look at some of the cathedral’s newer features and works of art.

Cedar House residents were particularly amused to learn about the huge copper Rowntree Baptismal Font, formerly a part of the local sweet factory where it was used for making toffee.

The outing was rounded off with tea and cake in the Cathedral café.

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