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church looks more interesting than it probably
is. However, I am in no position to judge,
because I have yet to find the keyholder in. Most
Norfolk churches are open every day, of course.
is superb, a tree-filled graveyard along a narrow
lane. This is one of East Anglia's south towers,
but it is truncated and capped in a pleasing way.
The tracery of the east window is very elegant.
Pevsner says that the church is redundant, but I
do not think that this can be right, because the
church noticeboard suggested a certain amount of
Peter Stephens has been inside, and his
photographs below are those of a working church.
The dark wood and the Victorian banner may not be
to everyone's taste, but I can see no reason for
the building not to be open to passers-by,
especially as this is such a beautiful part of
Beside the church is a huge house
with vast, Epsteinesque reliefs flanking the
entrance. I liked them alot, but they are rather
startling in such a rural setting.
Knott, March 2008
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