A beautiful small church on a little hill overlooking Hoveton and Wroxham, and the valley of the river Bure. The main part of the church dates from Norman times, and has courses of a black building material, 'iron-bound conglomerate', as well as signs of earlier door and window. The little brick tower of the 18th century replaces a mediaeval one struck by lightning. Inside is a delightful little rood screen, though its paintings have long gone. In the windows on the south side, a collection of continental stained glass panels, Swiss, Flemish & German. A small extension was built in recent years, providing WC, kitchen & level access for wheelchairs, though the door needs to be opened by someone from inside.