A Rare Temple-Style Church by Robert Adam
St Andrewâ€™s is an 18th-century church in the form of a Classical temple, tucked away in the landscaped parkland of Gunton Hall.
The effect of suddenly coming upon a Palladian portico through the trees...
The Only 17th-Century Brick Tower in Norwich
The rare and distinctive 17th-century brick tower of St Augustine is the only one of its kind in Norwich.
This Medieval city church, which sits next to 17th-century almshouses to the north of the city, also...
Traces of Stunning Medieval Art
Outwardly this is a simple church, set in trees by a lane with fields and a handful of buildings nearby. Yet step inside St Faithâ€™s and your view of the Medieval world changes.
Stencilled vines lad...
An Entrance to Remember
On its hillock above the River Chet stands this charming little Norman church, with its round tower surmounted by a later octagonal top.
The magnificent south doorway, carved fantastically with Norman motifs, must s...
A 500-year old City Church with Explosive History
The handsome flint tower of St John'â€™s rises above Maddermarket in the city centre. The best view of it is from the north, where its tower stands over Maddermarket Alley, affording one of the cityâ€™'s most ...
Signs of Past Splendour
The Norman round tower of St Johnâ€™s looks out over old farms and woods.
At first sight it is a simple rural church, but the battered stonework of the 13th-century porch, with its three canopied niches, s...
A Prominent Norwich Landmark
A vast, handsome Medieval city church and prominent Norwich landmark, St Laurenceâ€™s has a mighty tower, a clerestory of 11 windows on each side, a long continuous roof covering nave and chancel and two-storied porches to n...
An Astonishing Little Church Lost in Time
St Margaretâ€™s, with its round tower and thatched roof, is a church from another time, standing in an isolated setting, as if still in its 12th-century Norman world.
The magnificent carved doorway with bands of ri...
Sweeping Views of the Broads
In one of the most striking settings of any Norfolk church, St Maryâ€™s stands on a rise overlooking the sweeping landscape between the Broads and the coast, with the great tower of Happisburgh in the distance.
Beautiful Medieval Wall Paintings
This is an isolated church set in meadows beside a farm, with an attractive Norman round tower that has a conical tiled roof.
Inside, St Maryâ€™s boasts a series of beautiful 14th-century wall paintings, elegantly rendered in ...