Detail from a painted screen showing a winged angel with a sword, the angel's face has been scratched out

Wellingham, St Andrew

A jewel of a church containing a unique and perfectly painted Medieval rood screen.

A stained glass image of male and female Bluethroat birds

Cley, St Margaret of Antioch

A spectacular church on the north Norfolk coast with carved stonework and dramatic window tracery.

Exterior of a long, low looking church made of gingerbread coloured stone surrounded by a brick wall

Watlington, St Peter and St Paul

A warm, brown carrstone church with a roost of Pipistrelle bats. We will be helping the church celebrate all its wildlife at its annual festival.

Stained glass dated 1972 showing graphic, abstract flowers and plants

Walsham-le-Willows, St Mary’s

Covered in checkered flint and stonework and home to Medieval and modern glass, with a terracotta reredos behind the altar.

The transept of a flint church from outside, the round tower of the church is just visible in the corner of the image

Stody, St Mary

A round tower church with Medieval glass. We’re organising surveys of the bat roosts to see how we can help the church with its bats.

A church roof with multicoloured painted angels on the hammer beams

South Creake, Our Lady St Mary

A busy church with an angel roof, modern sculpture, and a colony of Pipistrelle bats living in the chancel arch.

A tall, stone, table tomb with niches and figures around the side and two carved lying effigies on top

Rippingale, St Andrew’s

A Lincolnshire village church with rare table tombs, and Pipistrelle bats roosting in the Medival roof timbers

A brass lectern showing an eagle with two heads standing on a globe

Redenhall, Assumption of the Blessed Virgin

A local landmark with a soaring, decorated flint tower and a rare double headed eagle lectern. Home to Pipistrelle and Natterer’s bats

A Victorian 'Jesse Window' showing the family tree of Christ

Old Hunstanton, St Mary the Virgin

Tucked away in a pictureqsue village outside the seaside town of Hunstanton. We’re helping organise fundraising events and providing advice on cleaning.

A medieval painting showing the outline of two crowned men in cloaks carrying gifts

Heydon, St Peter and St Paul

A 14th century church covered in painted figures. We will be celebrating the amazing wall paintings, organising events and making short films about the local wildlife.