Thursday, 12 April 2012

St James the Great, Castle Acre

The village of Castle Acre is a major tourist attraction in Norfolk. The church of St James the Great stands in the middle of the village amidst the ruins of the Norman castle and those of Castle Acre Priory. Visitors can often miss the church which is a great shame for it contains many interesting features, including a wine glass pulpit, a medieval rood screen and font cover. The Friends of Castle Acre Church assist in raising funds to maintain this fine church.

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