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A short walk from Surlingham Ferry

Definitely worth the short walk from Surlingham Ferry but don't expect much other than the ruins... read more

Reviewed 1 October 2017
Gavin S
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Nice to see on a longer walk

Not a huge amount left but all the same nice ruins to spend a few minutes looking at whilst on a... read more

Reviewed 21 February 2016
Marian L
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Wymondham, United Kingdom
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1 Oct 2017
“A short walk from Surlingham Ferry”
4 Aug 2017
“The resting place of Ted and Phyllis Ellis”
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Reviewed 1 October 2017 via mobile

Definitely worth the short walk from Surlingham Ferry but don't expect much other than the ruins. Ted Ellis' s grave is nearby.

Thank Gavin S
Reviewed 4 August 2017 via mobile

After visiting the Ted Ellis Nature reserve we then came across the resting place of Ted and his wife when visiting these ruins. It's a bit overgrown around the ruins but nevertheless a very peaceful place to stop and reflect.

Thank Helen B
Reviewed 23 October 2016

Although it was lovely to visit, and a beautiful location it was a shame that it was very overgrown and difficult to access and there was no information about it. It was also difficult to find as there was no sign posting and we couldn't...More

Thank Familysetts
Reviewed 21 February 2016

Not a huge amount left but all the same nice ruins to spend a few minutes looking at whilst on a longer walk

Thank Marian L
Reviewed 26 May 2014

Was looking forward to seeing the ruins but there wasn't much to see and what you could see was fenced off with barbed wire! It was nice to see but I am pleased I didn't make a special visit just to see this.

3  Thank Abbeylls
Reviewed 31 January 2014

This wonderful Norman church ruin has a very special atmosphere, sitting atop the Norfolk equivalent of a hill (i.e. a very small hill). It was a place of worship for about seven centuries before falling into disuse. It is still used for burials of local...More

1  Thank Manusika-Bhavana
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