Related Churches within the area and contact information from external sources such as Crockfords can be found below.
St Bartholomew, Brisley (St Bart's)
The Church is open every day to welcome visitors. Ref. special 'Services and events' & 'Calendar'.
St Bart's Church has many medieval features including traces of wall paintings and a dramatic Good Friday Victorian east window.
St Mary's, Colkirk, with Oxwick, & Pattesley
Our Church is open every day to welcome visitors. Ref. 'Services and events' & 'Calendar'.
St Mary's Church is medieval with Victorian rebuilding and features a striking modern Angel Rood Screen.
St Edmund's, Horningtoft
Welcome! Church open daily for visitors.
Generally two Sunday Services per month - click on the Services and events 'Calendar'.
Heritage files accessible in church for village history.
St Andrew's, Great Ryburgh (Little Ryburgh & Testerton)
Welcome to St Andrew's!
Find content on these pages, and click this link for the - Ryburgh Church home website.
St Helen's, Gateley
Welcome to Helen's Church.
We are open every day to welcome visitors.
This ancient, rustic church features a rare pre-Reformation medieval 'rood screen'.
St Nicholas, Shereford with St Peter's, Dunton
Welcome to St Nicholas, Shereford, and neighbouring St Peter's Dunton.
Both churches are open daily for historic interest and a timeless haven for prayer and reflection.
Shereford church, with its thousand year-old round tower, is administered by the Diocese of Norwich Churches Trust. Medieval Dunton Church, with its Victorian windows and recreated rood loft, is administered by the Norfolk Churches Trust. Both remain operative as sacred spaces for services of Christian worship - see Calendar (Services and events).
Crockfords contact details
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