Bastwick Billockby Panxworth
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St Peter, Bastwick
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As discussed in the introduction, Norfolk had too many churches after the Reformation; the change of use from sacramental space to preaching house made a great swathe of them redundant, and Bastwick was one of them. Only the tall 14th century tower survives, looking rather sorry for itself on the edge of this tiny village.
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