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This church is on the outskirts of Cley, really in Newgate which in medieval times was a bustling port.
Wonderful inside, make sure to lookout for the graffiti which was carved by the sailors in the late medieval period on some of the pillars.
The architecture of St. Margaret's church is very interesting on the outside, some of the areas now being in ruins, contrasting with the wonderful stonework on the bulk of the building.
The inside space feels vast, there are some wonderful carvings, an interesting font, but...More
This church is quite large considering the size of Cley village. It dates back to the 14th century and has good examples of Decorated and Perpendicular styles of Gothic architecture. Carvings are wonderful being on the ends of benches, around the nave and on the...More
This church is well worth a visit wether you are spiritual or not.It is big for a country church and full of wonderfully carved figures whose discovery and look will keep you children and you amused if you happen on a rainy day for a...More
Definitely worth a visit. There is often high quality music too. Just to imagine it next to the shore in earlier times( as it was) would be worth it. I really enjoyed the unsown patches of meadow and lovely pew carvings.
This is a magnificent example of a pre-Reformation English church. Do not expect some small quaint parish church, this is on a grand scale with many 13th & 14th Century examples still in very good condition. Make sure to look out for the superb brasses...More