Norwich in General Reviews
Description:Norwich is a city in East Anglia, in Eastern England, and the regional administrative centre and county town of ... more
Norwich in General ... Norfolk. The suburban area of the city expands beyond its borough boundary, with large populated areas on most sides, particularly Thorpe St. Andrew on the eastern side. The Parliamentary seats cross over into adjacent local government districts. The population of the Norwich Travel to Work Area i.e. the area of Norwich in which most people both live and work, is 367,035 and the 1991 figure was 351,340. 121,600 people live in the Norwich City Council area. Norwich is the fourth most densely populated Local Authority District within the Eastern Region with 3,179 people per square kilometre (8,241 per square mile).
Newest Review: ... My favourite beers were a bit head strong and you could certainly tell that you'd had them once finished. They weren't as strong as some other beers (well barley wines) that were available such as the Museum at 10.2%, Humpty Dumpty No. 10 at 9.2% and the strongest one of the festival Warthog at c. 13.5%. Whilst I did get to drink a half pint of the Humpty Dumpty No. 10 (I can't begin to ... more
Customer Norwich in General Reviews (15)
by - written on 01/11/08 (Very useful, 318 readings)
The organisers ************* The Norwich Beer Festival is an annual event organised by the Norwich & Norfolk Branch of the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA). Its main concern is with the promotion of cask conditioned beers (commonly referred to as "real ale") allied to traditional British breweries and pubs. It is a volunteer-led organisation and all local events are organised by volunteers in their own time. Location ******* The beer festival is always held at St. Andrew's and Blackfriars' Halls which are located on St. Andrew's Plain, at the junction of St. Andrew's Street and St. George's ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/10/08 (Very useful, 340 readings)
Ok, so as a proper Norfolk girl I'm SLIGHTLY biased here- but I genuinely believe that Naaaridge is an amazing city. I'm away from home living in Staffordshire for uni, and as much as I love it here, the main thing I miss is the accent! "Alright duck/ chuck/ shoog" (as in sugar) is a lovely greeting, but just doesn't compare with the Norfolk "Alroight moi daaaahlin?/ moi woman". Also, nobody knows what a bishybarnaby is, something which disturbed me greatly as I naturally assumed it was just standard English for ladybird! When I'm on the train home between Nottingham and Norwich, I never feel happier than when a load of proper ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/09/08 (Very useful, 132 readings)
Norwich - Norfolk Norwich - full of carrot munching farmers ooh arr, with tractor exhibitions and combine harvesters. Is this your view of Norwich? Read on, and I hope to give you an insight into Norwich which will change your stereotypical opinion. I live in Norfolk, and Norwich is the capital of the county. It is a "Fine City" don't you know? Well at least that is what the signs tell you as you enter the outskirts of Norwich. Norwich is serviced by the A11, A47 and the A140 to name the major routes. As visitors to Norfolk will know much to their disdain, Norfolk doesn't have any motorways. Good for people who don't ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/02/02, updated on 17/02/02 (Very useful, 1303 readings)
Now, from the title it sounds as if I'm not impressed with Norwich doesn't it? Well, that's not the case. However, saying that, I'm not the other way inclined either. When it comes to agreeing with the signs that greet you from at least three separate points around the city, I can't. Apparently 'Norwich is a fine city'. I have no reason to doubt this, but since I've lived here for the last 28 years, I've nothing to compare life here in 'Naarridge' with. I?m remaining impartial. You have to admit .... The football team is crap though. But as I neither watch, or like the game, it doesn't really matter does it? ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/12/01, updated on 18/01/02
I would like to take this opportunity to tell you about the wonders of Norfolk and all the great things there are to do around there whether you live there or just visit for a city break as I do whenever I get the chance. (by the way was the title catchy hee hee) Norfolk is only an hour and a half drive for me from London and it is amazing how much things can change in such a short journey and it is not long before you are driving past fields and animals gazing to the great amusement of my three year old daughter who always gets really excited when she knows we are on our way to the cottage which is in a small village called Castle Acre where there is a ... Read the complete review
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