9 March 2021
The county of Norfolk has more medieval churches than anywhere else in the UK, and still more in a state of ruin or abandonment. Many of them are incredibly difficult to find and require research and tenacity, and special permissions (especially those in the Battle Zone) to reach.
These lost churches are fascinating. Norwich which is already amply provided for with medieval churches once had another 26 more hidden. Some villages and churches were lost to the sea and others are simply deserted or haunted out of existence.
In this talk, Clive Dunn gives us a tour of these wonderful structures, illustrating it with his own stunning photographs.
This event was organised by the East of England regional committee
Featured image: Clive Dunn
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