Photo gallery: Our marvellous Norwich market all lit up

Norwich at night. St Peter Mancroft church, The Forum, the market place, the war memorial and City H

Norwich at night. St Peter Mancroft church, The Forum, the market place, the war memorial and City Hall seen from The Guildhall.Picture: ANTONY KELLY - Credit: Archant

It's a cheerful and familiar place by day, but at night it takes on a more exotic glow.

Norwich Market is the country's largest open-air market, and dates back to the 11th century when it was moved to its present site from Tombland. Norwich Evening News photographer Antony Kelly was struck by the lights and colours of the market on a chilly winter's night and took these pictures of the normally busy city hub.

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