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St Nicholas Church Warwick

A unique late 18th century church building and centre, St Nicholas Church standards at the southern entrance of the oldest part of Warwick. The present building was completed in 1785, replacing a decaying mediaeval church. Norman & Underwood were contracted to replace the church pinnacles, repair the south elevation masonry, remove and install new sand more »

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Stoneywell Stables

Stoneywell Stables were used as a stable and laundry room for Stoneywell House, built as a summer home by Arts and Crafts architect-designer Ernest Gimson for his brother at Stoneywell in Leicestershire and now owned by the National Trust. Norman & Underwood were required to refurbish the stables into the National Trust’s new visitor centre more »

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Indoor Market, Leicester

The indoor market (1973) is a multi-level building containing a fish market and a delicatessen, as well as stalls selling clothes, haberdashery, footwear, jewellery, gemstones, and confectionery. A new extension has now been built at the abutment of the Leicester Corn Exchange (which was originally constructed as a trading centre constructed in 1850). This new more »

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