St Peter sits quietly by the roadside in south west Norfolk. It is a surprisingly small church in person, its proportions making it look far bigger in photographs than in reality.
The treasure of the church is a vast carved Norman doorway in the south porch with layer upon layer of carving and decoration.
Inside are several surviving wall paintings, including a St Christopher, and a 15th century screen.
The parish has been linked with nearby Seething since the 15th century and now shares services with the rest of the Brooke benefice.
Because of its small size, Mundham is heavily impacted by the roosting Natterer's bats and cleaning is becoming a problem.
The church is little used as the main focus of worship in the area is the church at Seething which has more facilities and better access.
The Bats in Churches project has supported the church to carry on with cleaning and with fundraising events and activities. We have provided them with a Statement of Significance to help them with future fundraising.