A place with an unusual story, told by graphic panels. The small Norman chapel here stood on the site of an earlier timber church, probably the Saxon cathedral of East Anglia. In the 14th century it was converted into a fortified man...
Simply Furnished and Gloriously Lit
St Maryâ€™s stands at the end of a small lime-tree avenue, above the road and at the east end of the long village.
The bold, buttressed flint-and-stone Medieval church is set in a grassy churchyard. It is sim...
A Strangely Beautiful Church
St Nicholas' is one of two churches in this large straggly village on the edge of the Fens.
The massive Norman tower arch emphasises the churchâ€™s early foundations. The church is as broad as it is long,...
An Unspoilt Medieval Delight
Tall St Peterâ€™s is a Medieval delight. It is built of flint with some old rendering still there, giving it an unspoilt look.
The splendid nave roof which is full of carved wooden angels dates from the 15th-century, ...
SATURDAY 28TH FEBRUARY
CLASS 47 DAY & DEREHAM’s MODEL RAILWAY EXHIBITION
Saturday 28th February is our Class 47 100 mile running day!
Resident locomotives 47596 “Aldeburgh Festival” in its attractive Network South East livery will be working alongside class...
A Tall-Towered Church on the Edge of Thetford Forest
All Saints' stands on its own, across a field and down a track on the edge of Thetford Forest, whose conifers cannot hide its tall tower from the road.
The outside i...
Skirmish Paintball offer a comprehensive and splattering experience to those who want to try their hands at brightly coloured conflict. A selection of custom-built game zones make up the facility, including Bridge Field and Armoured Assault; and the centre offers the adren...