This small abandoned church is hidden amongst trees in a farmers field.
A grade ii listed building which dates back to the 12th century. By the 1600s it was already in a terrible state. Not until 1885 the Kerslake family decided to restore the church and made it into a mausoleum. The restoration work was carried out by Frederick Preedy who was involved with building a number of churches across England during his career.
The church became redundant in 1970 and in 1978 the Norfolk Churches Trust took over and seem to keep the church in good condition.
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