Exploring Norfolk – Burgh St Mary’s Ruined Church

Another ruined church? Yes, it would seem that in Norfolk there are the ruins of 100 medieval churches scattered about the county. In this episode of my exploration of Norfolk accompanied by Kevin Hall, we make a beeline for 12th century remains of this small rural church. What still stands is made from flint and rubble and covered in ivy and surrounded by trees in a large ploughed field. The most impressive remains is the round tower with a later hexagonal bell platform on top. I gather the church fell into ruins in the 16th century and has remained a local landmark ever since.

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