The great tower of Redenhall church is visible for miles around this area of south west Norfolk. The tower is decorated on three sides with complex flint flushwork- intricate geometric patterns of flint and stone.
The treasure of Redenhall church is the double headed eagle lectern, made in East Anglia in the 15th century. There are thought to be only three of these in the country, the fourth known example is in St Mark's in Venice.
The local Gawdy family had their own chapel in the church and you can find their emblem- the tortoise in several spots around the church.
The church is home to primarily Pipistrelle and Natterer's bats, who mostly roost in the chancel and tower arches.
Unfortunately during the term of the project, the church has struggled to remain open due to lack of capacity and facilities and has been unable to run any events. We have helped them with information, interpretation and a statement of significance to help with any future funding bids.