James 1 was still on the throne when St. Peter's was built in 1624. A small congregation keep it clean bright and beautiful and invite you to visit, enjoy and rest a while.
Simon Knott on his Norfolk Churches website describes the church better than anyone. "In the narrow lanes to the north sits one of Norfolk's prettiest small churches; the red brick, thatched St Peter, with its stepped gables and bellcote. It was a perfect sight early on a summer's day, and more so for being so tiny, so precious, like a cornelian jewel box in a bed of green velvet. It is all of a piece."
- Accepts groups
- Children welcome
- Dogs accepted