Norwich is in the county town of Norfolk and one of the UK's most prosperous cities. Norwich has an illustrious past and an even more exciting future. Norwich is one of the most vibrant and attractive cities in Europe. It is ranked in the Top 10 shopping cities in the UK and as well as being a hotbed for the arts , culture, music, nightlife and tourism. Full of stunning historical architecture, Norwich has a Norman Cathedral and a 12th Century Castle, as well as an open-air market, quirky independent shops, restaurants, cinemas, galleries, theatres, cafes, bars, pubs and clubs.
With two shopping malls, Norwich is home to a number of independent retailers including Jarrolds Department Store, which has been in Norwich since 1823. The Norwich Lanes, a collection of independent stores around Lower Goat Lane are quickly becoming a major attraction for shoppers.
The city's medieval centre of cobbled streets remains largely intact - Elm Hill, is the scene of many BBC dramas as a fine example of a historic cobbled lane with many buildings dating back to the Tudor period.
There is still space in Norwich for new developments, for modern buildings such as the Forum, a stunning piece of contemporary architecture. Its glass front overlooks the colourful six-day market and reflects the city in all its diversity. One of the largest daily markets in Europe, Norwich market still sits on the same site that it did some 900 hundred years ago and continues to play host to a wide range of independent traders, from florist to fishmongers.
Norwich is also home to two of the UK's leading universities, the University of East Anglia and Norwich University of the Arts and has a thriving youth population. There are sought after primary schools and secondary schools located in Norwich, with two of East Anglia's leading independent schools, Norwich School and Norwich High School for Girls. The city also possesses great transport links, to include half-hourly trains to London, improved road links in and out of Norfolk and Norwich International Aiport which has regular daily flights to national and international destinations.
Norwich City centre has been through a fantastic redevelopement and regeneration scheme over the past decade and now includes a number of high quality residential developments including Chapelfield, Riverside, Fellows Plain and Carrow Road. All of these developments, including residential suburbs on the outskirts of the city have made Norwich a fantastic place to live and work.
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