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St Margaret, Suffield

St Margaret, Suffield, Norfolk NR11 7EL View on map

Chancel early English Gothic 1250 - 1300. Tower is 15th century perpendicular with black knapped flint and cream coloured stone. Stained glass west window, rood screen with carvings and paintings of saints altar, tomb John Symonds 1584, holy water stoup,


  • Grant Recipient: King's Beck PCC
  • Contact for access: Patricia Spencer
  • 01263 768164

Opening Arrangements

Open all year.


A149 from North Walsham, head north on Cromer Road for 1.5 miles, turn left (sign Antingham v. H and Suffield Green) continue to crossroads for 1 mile, thatched cottage on right hand side, turn left (Felmingham sign) continue for 1 mile, church is on right.

Parking Spaces


Disabled Access

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