I’m back! Sorry for the lack of posting, haven’t had much time to go out exploring churches. Over last weekend, I went away camping to a favourite campsite of mine along the North Norfolk coast. Along the way we pasted some grand small village churches, and it brought back some spark as to why I… Continue reading St Mary the Virgin, Northrepps
Love a good castle ruins? Well then Burgh Castle is just the place to visit. Part of the English Heritage, and open daily free of charge, looking over the Norfolk Broads it is beautiful part of the area to visit. One sunny afternoon, after I finished work me and my boyfriend went for a picnic,… Continue reading St Peter & St Pauls, Burgh Castle
Sometimes, I come across random churches by accident. When trying to find Aldeby church, we went down all these country roads which were leading towards the Waveney River Centre, getting a bit lost we decided to give up. Surrounded by flatland fields, and marsh land, in the distance I spotted this little gem, beaming in… Continue reading All Saints Church, Wheatacre
Somerleyton is very much a historic village to begin with, being home to a few famous faces. The village dates back to the Domesday book as Sumerledetuna. In 1240, a manor house was built on the site where the grand Somerleyton Hall is, a Grade II listed building, Admiral Sir Thomas Allin, who took part… Continue reading St Mary’s Church, Somerleyton
Back again, sorry for the lack of posting for the last few weeks. On the A143, road towards Diss, behind the town of Bungay, lies a village called Earsham. It is a dainty village, but it has life with a local pub and Earsham Hall, which is known for selling antiques and the Mill which… Continue reading All Saint’s Church, Earsham
On one Sunday afternoon, me and my best friend finished looking around the vintage fair in Beccles, I decided that we should go round to look at some churches. I picked Ellingham church off my list and off we went. We went the way, we thought the church was at, and kinda got a bit… Continue reading All Saints Church, Kirby Cane
I’m writing this as I’m sitting in a northen pub, surrounded by family. All I can think about is I haven’t prepared a post for this week. This weekend I’m away in a place just past Stoke-on-Trent, and the beginning of the week was filled with work. Although I haven’t forgotten about you all. Last… Continue reading Sorry no post this week.