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I’m not a religious person, but being an ex serviceman I love looking around churchyards for graves of servicemen and paying my respects to the fallen. In this churchyard there are a few so I went into the church and was delighted to see a...More
Saw a public notice outside the church saying the tower was open to be climbed and as it was such a beautiful day I decided to go up. I was welcomed warmly by a lovely lady looking after things and I climbed the 137 steps...More
We happened to go to the church building on a morning when there was breakfast. We were immediately offered food and drink. The building itself is stunning and the view from the tower spectacular. The social history contained within the building was fascinating. It seems...More
Having been to Blakeney many times, this was the first time we had been up to the Tower. It was a sunny, clear day and the views were absolutely amazing. Worth the climb up and down! The Church is beautiful and the graveyard beautifully kept.
We popped in to have a look around while having a walk in the village. We stayed for quite a while and listened to the audio tour.
I'm a historian so found the tour very interesting and my partner even enjoyed it too - quite...More
On the outskirts of this village, it is well worth visiting,both to admire its features like its roof and font, but most particularly its windows, which from the outside as you approach appear to go from floor to ceiling.
This Medieval church is magnificent both inside and out. Not at all what we were expecting to find in a village of this size. The building is unusual in that it has two towers. The smaller tower at the east end seems to be a...More
Really peaceful place with tea and coffee ready for tired walkers! The tower was open and we were foolish enough to go up. 137 steps is a long way ip, but the view was worth it.
We loved the church and the view!