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Holt, Norfolk, NR25 6BB

 

18 St Peters Road, Sheringham, UK

 

The Chapel has been open to visitors daily since 1967. Styled on the Byzantine model with icons, an icon screen, tower and onion dome, the Orthodox Christian Chapel until 2009 had an iconographer.

Station Road, Little Walsingham, Norfolk, NR22 6EB

 

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

 

Hempton, Fakenham, UK

 

Brancaster is a pretty village on the North Norfolk Coast in an area of outstanding natural beauty. The church is friendly and welcoming to residents and holidaymakers.

Broad Lane, Brancaster, Norfolk, PE31 8AW

 

Please come and visit this lovely church and you are welcome to join us for services.

Highlawns, Honing Road, Dilham, North Walsham, NR28 9PR

 

Sheringham, Norfolk, UK

 

Holt Road, Cromer, NR27 9JN

 

Cromer Road, Sheringham, UK

 

East Runton Methodist Church, East Runton, Norfolk, UK

 

Kings Arms Street, UK

 

Set in a beautiful, tranquil churchyard amid fields, All Saints’ Waterden Church is a gem hidden in the depths of the North Norfolk countryside.

Waterden Ln , Waterden , Walsingham, NR22 6AT

 

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

 

Lloyd Memorial, Church Street, North Creake, Norfolk, NR21 9LQ

 

Church Street, Cromer, NR27 9ES

 

46 Cabbell Road, Cromer, NR27 9HY

 

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

 

Salvation Army Church, Oak Street, Fakenham, UK

 

Church House, Brisley, Norfolk, UK

 

Mundesley Methodist Church, Cromer Road, Mundesley, UK

 

In the Anglo-Catholic tradition of the Church of England and dates mainly from the 15C, although the Chancel is of 13C construction. The nave roof is single hammer beam with painted angels supporting arched braces.

St Mary the Virgin, Church Lane, South Creake, Norfolk, NR21 9LX

 

www.greatryburgh.churchnorfolk.com

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