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All Saints Church, Panxworh

All Saints Church, Panxworh, Norfolk NR13 6EA View on map

Ruinous parish church where only the tower and west wall of the nave survives, the remainder of the church having been demolished in the 1950’s after the church became redundant. The tower is 14th Century, and has a tall single stage surmounted by a short belfry stage and then parapets. The west wall of the nave and tall opening to the tower dates from the 19th Century. The tower lies in Broadland District Council. It is located in an isolated position and serves as a prominent local landmark in a timeless agricultural landscape.


Opening Arrangements

At any reasonable time.


From South Walsham, travel west on the B1140 heading towards Salhouse. At Panxworth, rather than continue straight on towards Salhouse, turn right (North) towards Ranworth and the ruin is approx.: 200m further on the right-hand side.

Parking Spaces


Limited parking is available on the left-hand verge.

Disabled Access

  • Wheelchair access: No
  • Disabled Toilets: No
  • Assistance dogs: No