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St Mary the Virgin, Black Street

St Mary the Virgin, Black Street, Martham, Norfolk NR29 4PN View on map

Grade I church which occupies a site on which their is evidence of a church since 12th century. The nave and aisles date from the 15th century and feature a Hammerbeam roof with 11 pairs of flying angels. The tower was re-ordered in 2000 and now has an oak screen, creche, meeting room and bell ringing gallery.


Opening Arrangements

Daily 10am - 5pm (3.30pm during Winter months).


one quarter mile from village centre at the top of Black Street, which is first left after the methodist chapel. Bus service 1-1a Lowestoft to Martham via Great Yarmouth and X1 Lowestoft to Peterborough via Martham. Rail: Acle Station (6 Miles).

Parking Spaces


Church car-park.

Disabled Access

  • Wheelchair access: Yes
  • Disabled Toilets: Yes
  • Assistance dogs: Yes