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Who and What is cringleford.com

This site is managed by Michael and Frances Holmes. We moved into Cringleford in 1991 and discovered that it is a wonderful place to live. As we have some time we would like to provide this facility for the residents of Cringleford and especially for those who will be moving into the new Round House Park homes.

Cringleford is rightly proud of the friendly welcome it makes to all new residents. With a potential doubling of the population over the next few years good communications and up to date information becomes even more important.

Hence cringleford.com

We very much welcome participation in this web site. Any suggestions will be gratefully received. Any contributions by way of articles, photographs or help with the site can only enhance the value of this service to the village.

Contact details: frances@cringleford.com
alternatively: michael@cringleford.com

Some of our other major web sites are:

Norwich Hritage Projects Logo

Is the vehicle we use to work with colleagues to develop our web sites, films and publications. Each year we aim to complete a major project on a different aspect of Norwich's rich heritage.

norwich yards book cover
In June 2015 we publish our latest heritage book which is 'The Old Courts and Yards of Norwich. A Story of People Poverty and Pride'. Full information including a sample of the book can be found at:
www.norwich-yards.co.uk
Norwich Boot and Shoe Trade book cover
In 2013 we published 'The Story of the Norwich Boot and Shoe Trade' We were delighted to receive the award of the East Anglian heritage book of the year. For full information and a sample of the bookcan be found at:
www.norwichshoes.co.ukeast anglian book of the year award

norwich churches logo The Norwich Historic Church Trust which provides in depth information about the 31 remaining medieval churches in Norwich. The sister site is the Friends of Norwich churches which encourages participation in preserving these unique medieval buildings.

 

Dance of Death from St Andrews Church Norwich

The Norfolk Stained Glass site displaying some superb photographs showing details of stained glass that is impossible to see with the naked eye.

 

 

 

 


Norwich market logo Norwich Market is the 2010 project for Norwich Heritage Projects. This includes some of the more recent history of both the 1938 redevelopment when the City Hall was built and the 2005 revamp by LSI Architects. As usual there is a focus on images and videos presented in an easily accessible manner.

 

Bullards CoopersIn 2011 we completed our most ambitious project to research and publish material on Norwich Pubs and Breweries. It proved to be a very wide but absorbing labour.

We were delighted that our book "Norwich Pubs and Brewerie" was shortlisted for the East anglian book of the year and equally delighted that it has now been in the Jarrold's local best sellers list for over a year

 

 

 

Yeoman Kinsman flagWe sail our Yeoman at Norfolk Broads Yhact Club over the summer and Snowflakes at Horning over the winter. To find out more about Yeoman sailing click the flag to find the Yeoman Kinsman Association web site