Norwich was once the largest city after London and one of the most important in the UK; it is now one of the UK’s fastest growing urban areas. The most easterly situated city in UK, Norwich is famous for its football club, or should that be its majority share holder and celebrity chef, Delia Smith.
It is also home to the University of East Anglia (UEA) and Norwich Cathedral, which was voted Norfolk’s favourite building. The area's prominence as a farming and agricultural centre is epitomised by Norwich being the 'birth place' of the world famous Bernard Matthew’s poultry business.
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It is estimated that one in four people living in Norwich work in finance or business. Norwich Union is undoubtedly the most famous employer and employs 8000 people locally in finance, insurance and health sectors of the economy. Virgin Money and Central Trust both have offices in Norwich as does Money Facts, a website of unbiased financial data.
In May 2012 Norwich was named as England’s fist “City of Literature” by United Nations organisation UNNESCO. A £7m International Centre for Writing is planned for 2016 as part of the Writers Center Norwich developments. The headquarters of BBC East is in Norwich as well as a large number of theatres and live music venues. UEA is also a major employer in a range of subjects.
Around 9000 people find employment at The Norwich Research Park where sponsor led research takes place into the food, health and environment sciences. Bernard Matthews, the biggest producer of turkeys in Europe employed around 1000 people in a variety of roles.