St Benedict's Church, Norwich is a Grade I listed Anglican former parish church in Norwich, Norfolk, England. The church is medieval and probably dates from the 11th century. It was badly damaged in an air raid in 1942 and the only part still standing is the round tower.
The church was the most westerly of the five medieval churches along St Benedict's Street, and stood just within the city walls. The patronage of the church belonged to the priory of Buckenham until the dissolution of the monasteries. It was later purchased from the Crown by the parishioners.
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