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THE NORFOLK CHURCHES SITE

912 Norfolk churches now on site - see full index.

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UPDATES FROM REVISITS

Updates are always announced first at Last Of England Twitter.

July 2021: Coston, Erpingham, Felmingham, Great Melton, Kimberley,
Norwich St Alban, Oxborough, Thorpe Market and West Dereham

June 2021: Barton Bendish St Andrew, Barton Bendish St Mary, Bradfield, Carbrooke,
Caston, Fincham, Heydon, Little Barningham, Little Witchingham, Matlaske, Ovington,
Reepham, Rockland All Saints, Saham Toney, Saxthorpe, Stradsett and Swafield

May 2021: Brandiston, Calthorpe, Hanworth, Hingham, Narborough, North Barningham and Thompson

 

   
               
                 

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What they said about the Churches of East Anglia sites:

Brilliant... an English Eccentric - Sunday Times, 25/9/02

Beautifully written, but insightful and entertaining, in a similar vein to Bill Bryson - EDP Norfolk Magazine, December 2010

Comprehensive coverage... good photographs and a personal, sometimes polemical account of each one - Buildings of England: Suffolk, 2015

Blown away by the image archive... Pevsner would surely have been in heaven - Susie Harries, official biographer of Sir Niklaus Pevsner

A wonderful website - BBC Radio Suffolk

Delicious - The Independent 22/1/08

An act of worship - Sunday Times 20/1/08

Stunning - Literary Norfolk

Extraordinary and special - Ecclesiological Society

It's a tribute to Simon and his renowned website that his work evades easy classification - Ipswich Community Radio



The Suffolk Churches site was chosen by the Sunday Times newspaper as one of the top ten intelligent cultural sites on the internet (20/1/08)


home - index - latest - e-mail
glossary - books - introductions
Norwich churches - ruined churches - round tower churches
links - small print - about this site
Suffolk churches - Essex churches
London City Churches
www.simonknott.co.uk