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** Quite interesting
* Not very interesting but worthy of inclusion
5 Open for long periods, or key readily available
4 May be open for long periods, but best to check beforehand
3 Uncertain opening times
2 Closed for all or most of the time other than for services
1 Closed at all times
Denomination: Church of England
Period: Saxon, Norman
Features: Nave area, Tower, Tower arches in the church, W door surrounds
Location: 5 miles NE of Swaffham off the A47.
This late 11th-century church was built in the time of the Saxon and Norman overlap and has features of both these periods, with much use of Roman bricks. The robust tower and the nave are basically pre-Conquest apart from repairs, there are massive internal Saxon tower arches, and an example of the dual periods is the Norman moulding round the triangular-headed W door.
Address: Litcham Road, Great Dunham, Norfolk, PE32 2LQ