About this church
It was one of the first Gothic Revival buildings in Norfolk and contains the font, tombs and memorials from the earlier church and the records name incumbents from 1200.
The pink walls, blue plaster ceiling and the two magnificent screens give a unique interior, most striking on a sunny day when the light streams through the geometrically patterned windows.
Most of the church furnishings date from the late 19th century. The building has attracted mixed comments over the years.