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All Saints, Threxton

All Saints, Threxton, Norfolk IP25 6LU View on map

This largely 13th century church lies on the edge of an area of ground scheduled as an Ancient Monument, being the site of a Roman villa. During restoration works in the 19th century, a nave of Saxon origin was found to be located beneath the present nave. The two-stage round tower is another feature where it is suspected that the lower stage is also a survival from the original Saxon church.


  • Grant Recipient: Threxton PCC
  • Contact for access: Mrs Beverly Sennett
  • 01953 881527

Opening Arrangements

Open at all times.


Off the B1108, 2 miles from Watton. Rail: Brandon Station 10 miles.

Parking Spaces


On a area of grassland in front of the church.

Disabled Access

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