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The exterior of a church with white walls, red tiled roof and a red stone tower

Wiggenhall, St Mary The Virgin

In the care of the Churches Conservation Trust, full of intricately carved bench ends and a Medieval screen.

stone church exterior with large windows

Willington, St Lawrence

  Back to Our Projects The Church St Lawrence’s in Willington is an important early Tudor church built or rebuilt in the late 1530s by Sir John Gostwick, a protégé of both Cardinal Wolsey and Thomas Cromwell. The church was listed Grade II in 1964, but this does not adequately reflect its historical, architectural and…

A dark photo of a church exterior

Wimbish, All Saints

Back to Our Projects The Church All Saints Wimbish, listed Grade 1, stands in an isolated location outside the village in a large churchyard with a farmhouse (Wimbish Hall) to the south and the former vicarage to the north. There was a priest here before the Norman Conquest, which suggests the existence of a church.…

Church at dusk with dramatic sky behind steeple

Winteringham, St Peter

This exceptional Grade I listed medieval church, dedicated to St Peter, is cared for by the Churches Conservation Trust.

The round tower of a church, made from regular small bricks

Witton, St Margaret

A round tower church with Saxon stonework and a stunning view out to the Norfolk coast. We’re commissioning full surveys of the bats and the church heritage to see how we can help here.

A font at the font of the photo, then a view up the aisle of a church to a clear glass window

Wood Dalling, St Andrew

A festival church hosting exhibitions and events as well as services. We’re commissioning surveys of the bat roost and the church heritage to see how we can help.