Wood Dalling is a bright, light church of whitewash and clear glass. The church dates from the 13th to the 15th century.
Inside are a number of ledger stones to the Bulwer family and a selection of brasses, including a rare chalice brass.
There is also an intriguing tomb, originally a medieval priest recarved into a young woman.
Wood Dalling is a festival church, open for major events and frequently used for exhibitions and concerts as well as worship.
Wood Dalling has a significant roost of Natterer’s bats, which move about regularly during the breeding season.
There are also a number of bat roosts externally around the tower.
We are funding full surveys in summer 2020 to plan mitigation to reduce the impact of the bats inside the church.
We’re also helping to buy equipment that will let the church host more fundraising events such as exhibitions.
If you’d like to contact or find out more about the church, visit their page on A Church Near You