Diss by drone: five great amateur videos that show our town from above

PUBLISHED: 15:46 08 July 2018

Diss Church. Picture: Sonya Duncan

Diss Church. Picture: Sonya Duncan

Archant Norfolk Photographic © 2015

We all know Diss is beautiful at ground level but what about from a bird’s eye view? You can find out by watching these great views captured by amateurs using their drones.

Diss Mere and adjoining park are right in the heart of our historic market town. And they look even more fantastic when seen from above. It’s a sight normally reserved for the birds.

St Mary’s Church is a medieval parish church that has been at the centre of the town since the early 14th century. Captured as the sun is setting, this clip offers a glorious view down on this historic building.

As the town’s connection to both Norwich and London Diss Station is all too familiar to many daily commuters. But how many of us have caught a glimpse of it from above?

After dark Diss from above looks very different. Patterns of street lights and whirling car headlights give it a perspective that can only be caught from the skies.

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