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St Peter and St Paul, Burgh Castle

St Peter and St Paul, Burgh Castle, Norfolk NR31 9QE View on map

Parish church possibly dating to Saxon period. The lower stage (approx one third of the total height) of the round west tower has distinct and regular courses in the flintwork and may be pre-Conquest. Brick- dressed louvred belfry lancets at cardinal points. Red brick top stage with embattled parapet, the copings set on a brick dog-tooth course. The south porch was rebuilt c1857 as a memorial. South nave has two 2-light wndows with a 13th century lancet between. The north side vestry was added in 1854 (architects Cory & Ferguson). The north aisle was built c1847

Contact

Opening Arrangements

April - October: 9am - dusk; November - March: Friday - Sunday 10am - 3pm.

Directions

4 miles west of Great Yarmouth. Rail Great Yarmouth. Service 5 from Great Yarmouth (day-time only)

Parking Spaces

50

Within 10 minute walk.

Disabled Access

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

WC

Yes