The funeral of the late broadcaster and football commentator Roy Waller took place on Friday, 23 July 2010. The cortege passed places in the city close to Roy's heart including Carrow Road.
The cortege drew into Norwich's Cathedral Close after travelling a 30 minute tour of the city passing landmark places in the broadcaster's life including Norfolk Tower, the original home of the BBC in Norwich.
It was standing room only at Roy's funeral with around 1,500 people turning out to pay their respects to Roy, who hosted a weekday afternoon show on BBC Radio Norfolk until September 2009.
Roy Waller entered the cathedral via the prestigious buildings' main west door escorted by his widow Sylvie and immediate family. The service was a celebration of Roy's life and he received a large round of applause.
The Very Reverend Graham Smith, Dean of Norwich, led the proceedings at Roy Waller's service. A reading was given by the Venerable Jan McFarlane, Archdeacon of Norwich.
Many well-known people turned out to play their respects at Roy Waller's funeral held at Norwich Cathedral, including ex-Norwich City player Craig Fleming.
The hour-long funeral service included personal tributes by former Norwich City FC chairman Robert Chase and BBC Radio Norfolk's editor David Clayton (pictured).
Other emotional tributes came from Roy's civic assistant Gavin Thorp (pictured), who served him while he was Sheriff of Norwich, and country music performer Mervyn J Futter.
Roy's family invited all to the cathedral service. "This programme is to celebrate his life, and it was a wonderful life which he lived to the full," said Sylvie Waller, Roy's widow.
Roy Waller's passion for Norwich City was represented in floral tributes from his family which were arranged in the team's yellow and green colours.
Roy Waller gained many fans for his Saturday morning show Rodeo Norfolk, celebrating the national country music scene. His followers turned out to pay their last respects.
The Venerable Jan McFarlane and the Very Reverend Graham Smith led Roy from the cathedral as he started his final journey through Norwich to the crematorium.
His widow Sylvie (centre) spent time after the service with family, friends and well-wishers who'd come to share their memories of Roy. Light rain started to fall from the sky, but there was no hurry to say the goodbyes.
Crowds lined the driveway leading away from the cathedral's west door and applauded as Roy passed, suitably flanked by the yellow and green of his much loved Norwich City FC.
The Norman splendour of Roy's beloved Norwich towers above the funeral procession as it prepares to leave the cathedral.