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Sewell Park is a triangular-shaped park between Constitution Hill and St. Clement's Hill in Norwich, Norfolk, England. The park was given to the Norwich Corporation and Norwich City Council as an open space by members of the Sewell family and former mayor E. G Buxton in 1908. The park was formally opened on July 5, 1909.
Facilities in the park include an open green space and a designated play area for children. The park contains specimen trees including several London Planes. From the top of the park, the steeples of Norwich Cathedral, St John the Baptist Cathedral, Norwich, St. Peter Mancroft and the clock-tower of Norwich City Hall can be seen.
The park celebrated its centenary on Sunday July 6, 2008. The event will involve members of the community and local schools.
The centennial sign depicts the image of Black Beauty