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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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Walsingham Village has attracted pilgrims and visitors alike for many years.

Slipper Chapel: Roman Catholic National, Houghton St Giles, Walsingham, Norfolk, NR22 6AL

tel: 01328 820217

 
Booton

A breathtaking church created by a descendant of Pocahontas.

Church Road, Booton, Norfolk, NR10 4NZ

tel: 01223 324 442

 
The Old Vicarage

'Thomas the Tank Engine' author Rev Awdry lived in The Old Vicarage between 1953 and 1965 and wrote 13 of the famous series whilst here.

Church Road, Emneth, Norfolk, PE14 8AF

 

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 Nicholas Chapel

From the tip of its 19th-century spire to its Norman foundations, everything about this town centre church is dazzling. Light floods from its magnificent windows into the interior.

St Anne's Street, King's Lynn, Norfolk, PE30 1NH

tel: 0845 303 2760 

 
Church of St Mary

St Mary's church was regarded by Pevsner as the best "decorated" church in East Anglia.

St Mary, Old Church Road, Snettisham, King's Lynn, Norfolk, PE31 7NA

tel: 01485 572539

 

Aylsham, Holt, Norfolk, NR11 6EH

tel: 01953 71555

 

Round towered church - rebuilt from the ruins of the old church before it tumbled over the eroding cliff in the 19th C. Jacobean panelling, pulpit and screen.

Cromer Road, Sidestrand, Cromer, Norfolk, NR27 0LY

 
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

 
St Mary's Church

St Mary's is a place of Christian prayer and worship which has been at the heart of South Creake for over a thousand years.We are a parish church of The Church of England and The Diocese of Norwich.

Church Lane, South Creake, Norfolk, NR21 9LX

 

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

Back Street, Trunch, Norfolk, NR28 0AH

 

Oak Street, Fakenham, Norfolk, NR21 9BX

tel: 01328 862268

 

Thatched tower, Norman doorways and a stained glass window from Rouen Cathedral.

Off Hardley Road, Chedgrave, Norfolk, NR14 6NQ

 
St. Nicholas Church

The domed top to the tower is a special feature of the Gayton church tower which shows well from the roads approaching the village. On the four corners are the emblems of the evangelists, now much weathered.

Lynn Road, Gayton, King's Lynn, Norfolk, PE32 1PF

 

Cley Road, Blakeney, Norfolk, NR25 7NJ

tel: 01284 760101

 

St Mary, Kirkgate Street, Holme-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, PE36 6LJ

 

www.greatryburgh.churchnorfolk.com

Bridge Road/Station Road, Great Ryburgh, Norfolk, NR21 0DZ

tel: 01328 853226