St. Peter’s Church, Clippesby is one of the oldest churches in the Norfolk Broads. It is Grade 11* listed and though small it is very beautiful with many ancient and interesting features that make for a rewarding visit. Clippesby is in the civil parish of Fleggburgh and in the ecclesiastical benefice of Martham together with Thurne and Repps-cum-Bastwick. It is off the B1152 road almost hidden by the lofty lime trees growing in the churchyard. The church is always open for people to visit and we hope you will enter to enjoy its peace.
St Peter’s at Clippesby is a very attractive church with a round tower base and an octagonal top built in 1875. The main church is noted for its antiquity dating from the 12th century. Inside there are some fine pew carvings.