Paralympic Heritage Norfolk Exhibition

10 March - 22 May, times vary
North Transept
A picture of a women engaging with the NPHT Exhibition in the Cathedral
The National Paralympic Heritage Trust, supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund, is presenting its first regional exhibition at Norwich Cathedral.

Witness just how far we have come as a nation in supporting and celebrating disability sport. Using a range of displays, memorabilia and art, visitors will learn about local and national Paralympians, all of whom have contributed to Paralympic heritage.

The exhibition features unique displays capturing the history of the British Paralympic movement including films and photos of Professor Sir Ludwig Guttmann and a range of equipment and memorabilia, some of which had been at risk of being lost to the nation.

The Dean of Norwich, Jane Hedges, said:

“We are delighted to be hosting the Paralympics Exhibition in the Cathedral as this is an opportunity for all who visit to learn about athletes who have reached the top of their sport demonstrating their skill, perseverance and determination to overcome difficulties, which is an inspiration to us all. We hope that many people will come to the Cathedral to enjoy the exhibition and the magnificence of the space in which it is set.”

For further information, visit the website.