The present church dates from the 13th century but various Norman mouldings point to there having been an earlier building.
The rear pews have the original 'poppy heads' from the middle ages depicting a nun at prayer, an eagle, a talbot, a greyhound and a lion with a shield bearing the arms of the Berney family.
Services are at 10am on the 1st and 3rd Sunday of the month.
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Turn off the A1064 at the road signposted Stokesby. Go through the village towards Runham. Take track on your left to the church.