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Getting here

The church is located centrally within Norwich Over-the-Water, that part of the medieval city centre lying on the north side of the River Wensum.  It stands prominently at the crossroads between St George's Street and Colegate.  The parish extends from the river to the inner ring road, which actually cuts across the original medieval core which extends 350 metres further to the north.

If you're on foot, you can find St George Colegate by walking down St George's Street from St Andrew's Hall, crossing the river via St George's Bridge near Norwich University of the Arts, and continuing for 200 metres to the junction with Colegate.  If you prefer, you can use your phone to pick up a bicycle from the street for any short one-way trip in the city using the Ofo yellow bike hire scheme.

If you're on your bike, you will probably approach from the St Andrew's Street area the same way, or via Duke Street.  If travelling from the east, head to Colegate from Magdalen Street, or from the west it's from Coslany Street and use the Duke Street crossing.  If attending a church service, you can normally bring your bike inside and park it in the north aisle.

It is possible to reach the church by car, but driving through the city centre is not to be recommended.  For able-bodied people there are more civilised ways of accessing the city core these days than expecting to take a private car all the way to your destination.  Please note there is no dedicated parking at the church, although there is limited pay-and-display on street parking nearby.  One practical option is  to use Park & Ride to reach the centre, alternatively you can leave your car in one of the car parks such as St Andrew's multistorey or the surface car park off Golden Dog Lane if there is space. 

St. Georges Street

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