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Lonely marshland setting. Norman round tower, 15th C. nave and wall paintings.

Lower Hardley Road, Hardley, Norfolk, NR14 6

 

The church of St Mary, Anmer is in the village of Anmer on the Sandringham Estate close to the Norfolk coast. It dates back to the 14th Century. A major restoration in 1986 put it back on the map and the hard work continues to this day.

Anmer, Norfolk, PE31 6RW

 

The Diocese of Norwich is the Church of England in Norfolk and north-east Suffolk.

Colegate, Norwich, Norfolk, NR3 1DD

tel: 01603 882351

 

Foulsham Road, Themelthorpe, Dereham, Norfolk, NR20 5PS

 
St. Mary's Church

In the Anglo-Catholic tradition of the Church of England and dates mainly from the 15C, although the Chancel is of 13C construction. The nave roof is single hammer beam with painted angels supporting arched braces.

St Mary the Virgin, Church Lane, South Creake, Norfolk, NR21 9LX

 

Church which holds special events in aid of the restoration fund.

Back Street, Trunch, Norfolk, NR28 0AH

 

Church Road, Catfield, Norfolk, NR29 5DB

 

Houghton on the Hill, North Pickenham, Swaffham, Norfolk, PE37 8DP

tel: 01760 440470

 

St Edmund, Church Street, Hunstanton, Norfolk, PE36 6BE

 
St John the Baptist Church

Church Street, Coltishall, Norfolk, NR12 7DW

tel: 01603 737255

 
St. Mary's Church

The tower is referred to as 'Saxo-Norman' (design being Saxon but built after the Norman conquest), with a much later octagonal top storey.

St Mary, Church Lane, Sedgeford, Norfolk, PE36 5NA

 
Norman Font, St Mary's Church

This little church in its coastal village deserves fame for its three outstanding features: - it’s Saxon round tower (pre-Conquest of 1066), its Norman font, and its collection of medieval glass.

Main Road, Burnham Deepdale, Norfolk, PE31 8DD

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Buckenham Road, Strumpshaw, Norfolk, NR13 4NT

 

Oak Street, Fakenham, Norfolk, NR21 9BX

tel: 01328 862268

 
King's Lynn Minster

One of the largest town churches in the country. Founded in 1101 and partially rebuilt in 1741 after the spire collapsed onto the nave in the storm. Look out for the flood level markings by the west door. Open daily.

Church Street, King's Lynn, Norfolk, PE30 5DU

 

Impressive building, with the tallest tower of any Norfolk parish church. It is a good vantage point for views over the town and beyond.

Church Street, Cromer, Norfolk, NR27 9AE

 
St Theobald's Church (ruins), Hautbois

Great Hautbois Road, Norwich, Norfolk, NR12 7JN

tel: 01603 737255

 

St Nicholas, Church Lane, Dersingham, King's Lynn, Norfolk, PE31 6JB