Faces behind St Benedicts Street in Norwich

From record stores to retro games, St Benedicts has something for everyone.

The road is home to a Grade I listed church, which gives it a sense of the town’s history.

And the shops here are just as eclectic.


Tanya Goddard, owner of Tanya Goddard Art Salon on St Benedicts Street in Norwich. Photo: Danielle Booden
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Buyers can buy a record from Soundclash, which offers everything from punk to RnB on its many racks.

Later, at Cookes Band Instruments, customers can find high quality parts hand picked by expert Mark Hedges.


Mark Hedge, Commercial Director of Cookes on St Benedicts Street in Norwich.  Photo: Danielle Booden

Mark Hedge, Commercial Director of Cookes on St Benedicts Street in Norwich. Photo: Danielle Booden
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As Christmas approaches, people might want to start looking for gifts for loved ones – so why not visit Melville & Mayell, which has a range of drinks from around the world.


Paul Mills, owner of Soundclash on St Benedicts Street in Norwich.  Photo: Danielle Booden

Paul Mills, owner of Soundclash on St Benedicts Street in Norwich. Photo: Danielle Booden
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If the alcohol isn’t quite right, then beautiful and unique items can be found at Raphael’s.

And for those who are kids at heart, there is always Abstract Sprocket which has a huge range of comics for everyone to enjoy.


Peter Orr, Sales Assistant at Melville & Mayell on St Benedicts Street in Norwich.  Photo: Danielle

Peter Orr, Sales Assistant at Melville & Mayell on St Benedicts Street in Norwich. Photo: Danielle Booden
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Nigel Haynes, director of Abstract Sprocket on St Benedicts Street in Norwich.  Photo: Danielle Bood

Nigel Haynes, director of Abstract Sprocket on St Benedicts Street in Norwich. Photo: Danielle Booden
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Anne Allen, owner of Raphael on St Benedicts Street in Norwich.  Photo: Danielle Booden

Anne Allen, owner of Raphael on St Benedicts Street in Norwich. Photo: Danielle Booden
– Credit: Archant 2021

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