British Summer Time

Tonight, the first evening of British Summer Time of 2013, depending on where you stood, the sun set over Norfolk somewhere between 7:25 and 7:32PM. Although the mercury has yet to rise near double digits, there is a stubborn belief that our prolonged winter must be ending soon.

With the theoretical start of spring at hand, thisĀ blog announces itself today as a new venture that will collate words and pictures on the subject of architecture in Norfolk. At this time, there are no parameters nor a mission statement; just the intention to share a quizzical but informed regard upon this most interesting of English counties. Forthcoming installments will touch upon Neo-Georgian churches, airfields, petrol stations and council housing.

As the blog grows, please subscribe, follow, share and get in touch, and bear with us if we go a few weeks between posts.

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