For over 900 years the magnificent Norman Cathedral has dominated the Norwich
skyline. It has always been greatly loved by the people of Norfolk, and was recently voted
Norfolk's favourite building.
In this little book, the photographs of Daniel Tink are
combined with Stephen Browning’s text in a book that will provide the ideal souvenir for
those visiting the Cathedral and the city. The photographs are taken to remind the reader
both of the religious aspects of Cathedral life and the architectural magnificence of this
Daniel Tink was born and still lives in Norwich, a city he
knows well and continues to enjoy exploring. A graphic
designer by profession, photography has given him a unique
and detailed view of life through a lens. Daniel has previous
provided photographs for the book Norwich in the
Halsgrove Discover Series written by Stephen Browning,
and is author of the book Spirit of Norwich.
Stephen Browning is author of the book Norwich in the
Halsgrove Discover Series and When
Schooldays Were Fun. He was educated in Norfolk before
gaining an honours degree in History from the University of
Kent at Canterbury. It was here that he organised his first
book, ‘Canterbury for the Disabled’, with the help of about
30 other students. After training as a teacher at the
University of Birmingham School of Education, he spent
much of his working life promoting teacher exchanges
between the United Kingdom and the overseas Commonwealth.
He also worked for the Council for Education in
the Commonwealth, a body that operates within the two
chambers of the British government – the Lords and the
Commons. He has written extensively about best practice
in education both in the UK and the 50-plus countries of
the Commonwealth. He has written, or contributed to, a
number of books about the English Language, mainly for
the Asian market. He spends several months each year in
Imprint: PiXZ Books. ISBN 978 0 85710 027 6, hardback, 110x155mm, 64 pages. Published September 2010.