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A spectacularly beautiful example of a 15th century church. We didn't intend to see the church during our short visit to Swaffham, but our elderly dog pulled us towards it. The exterior is typical of the churches in Norfolk. As soon as I walked in...More
We live in East Dereham, which is only 10 miles from Swaffham, but sometimes the nicest places are right on your door step. We planned to visit a flower festival in Swaffham which was being displayed in the local church – never been before but...More
Beautiful old church with Hammerhead beam ceiling containing 192 carved angels. These can be seen clearly in a mirrored trolley. There are some wonderful carvings at the pew ends. The Pedlar of Swaffham and his dog being amongst them.
This church is very old and was built when Swaffham was a very important wool town. One gets the impression it could seat the whole population of the town today. The nave has a very spectacular hammer beam roof. There is a large portable mirror...More
Having looked up some information on this church it did not disappoint.We were welcomed by a gentleman who had full knowledge of the church and its history. He was keen to point out the automatic glass doors inside the church which are an excellent idea....More
This church is a "must see" when in Swaffham. Whether you are religious or not, the interior of this church is stunning, especialy the hammer beam roof, one of the largest in the county. Using the wheeled mirror in the nave you can easily admire...More