Norwich is a city in England’s County of Norfolk. Norwich Cathedral is a Romanesque building with ornate cloisters (NR1 4DH). Two imposing gates, St. Ethelbert’s (NR1 4DR) and Erpingham (NR3 1HF), lead to the Tombland area, which was once a Saxon marketplace. The Cathedral is jam-packed with history.

The Museum of Norwich at the Bridewell traces local history, including a re-created old pharmacy and exhibits on the textile industry (NR2 1AQ). It also has a 19th century hand-loom which has been restored to full working order. There are also tours to the undercroft which lies beneath the Bridewell and is the largest vaulted undercroft in the city.

Norwich Castle brings history fans and tourists from far and wide (NR1 3JU). The medieval royal fortification was founded in the aftermath of the Norman conquest of England when William the Conqueror ordered its construction because he wished to have a fortified place in the town of Norwich. Today Norwich Castle Museum and Art Gallery is packed with treasures, including fabulous fine art, archaeology, and natural history.

If aircraft is your thing, then a visit to the City of Norwich Aviation Museum is a must. Based at Old Norwich Road, Norwich NR10 3JF, the museum is small but with plenty to see and there are quite a few aircraft on show.

Felbrigg Hall, Gardens and Estate is a National Trust site and comprises 520 acres of woods with buggy friendly paths. It’s a great place to get some fresh air and exercise.

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If you need some help with family matters in Norwich, we have found these firms who may be able to assist

FM Family Law are specialists in family law and mediation. As a team they have over 70 years’ experience between them and are passionate about divorce and family law. FM Family Law’s office is located at 72 Thorpe Road, Norwich, NR1 1BA.

Fosters Solicitors offers a full range of integrated services to businesses and individuals. They pride themselves on having partners and solicitors who are highly trained in specialist areas such as family law. Find the office for Fosters Solicitors at William House, 19 Bank Plain, Norwich, NR2 4FS.

Ronaldsons Solicitors are a specialist legal practice close to Norwich city centre. They pride themselves on no-jargon, plain speaking, honest advice and support. Since 1995, they have worked with the people of Norfolk on different aspects of family law matters You can find them at 45 Dereham Road, Norwich, NR2 4HY.

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Don’t neglect your thinking about your finances when you are going through a tough time. Have you considered speaking to a financial planner?

The death of a spouse may result in dealing with very difficult financial matters, especially for those who may be inexperienced. Many counsellors comment that frequently, the anger part of the grieving process stems from a partner being left to deal with “money worries”. Often the person left behind has never ever had to deal with such matters as their partner took charge of bills etc. If the bereavement was premature or unexpected, this can be even more terrifying. 

Not only is the bereaved dealing with their personal emotions and maybe those of their children or other family members, but they may have additional worries too. Within any relationship. one partner usually takes the lead in dealing with the day to day nitty-gritty and everyone becomes dependent on a partner for something.

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Starting over again and the importance of financial planning

  • How is the mortgage going to be paid?
  • How are loans going to be dealt with?
  • Is there a life assurance or pension plan to be claimed? If so, how to go about that.
  • Has the deceased left a will? Where is it? What does it say?
  • How should any available capital be made to work most effectively? Should it be invested?

Even where the finances have a semblance of being organised, there is worry about the future along with matters such as banking and how pensions and investments function. It takes an experienced and patient Financial Advisor to put a person’s mind at ease. Rarely is it a good idea to make big decisions in the aftermath of a bereavement as all opportunities have to be carefully considered. A good financial expert will advise with compassion and empathy. It’s all about reassurance. Matters which need to be dealt with quickly can be prioritised. Issues which may wait, can be revisited in the months to come.

We have found these local financial advisers

  • Premier Financial Group – 18-20 Thorpe Road, Norwich, NR1 1RY
  • Roberts Mackie Winstanley – Jonathan Scott Hall, Thorpe Rd, Norwich NR1 1UH
  • Nurture Financial Planning – Yare House, 62-64 Thorpe Road, Norwich, Norfolk NR1 1RY
  • Terry Collins Associates Ltd, 6 St. Peters Court, King Street,Norwich, NR1 1PB
  • St James Place Partnership – 51 All Saints Green, Norwich NR1 3LY
  • Alan Boswell Group – Prospect House, Rouen Road, Norwich, Norfolk, NR1 1RE

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