St Mary, Cranwich
St Mary, Cranwich, Norfolk IP26 5JL View on map
Parish church where the nave and chancel are dated to the 13th century. However, the lower part part of the tower is believed to be pre-Conquest, featuring some small circular windows cut through single block of stone. On the first level there is a turret style clock in a box, then a silence chamber, and finally, on the roof a 18th century iron frame housing a Sanctus Bell.
Daily. Dawn to dusk.
11 miles north of Thetford off of the A134. Rail: Brandon 8 miles
- Wheelchair access: No
- Disabled Toilets: No
- Assistance dogs: Yes