Made of flint rubble, the traditional building material of north Norfolk, this charming church overlooks the main coastal road, its interior graced by a handsome oak and chestnut ceiling. Unusually, the church has two towers – the main clock tower at the front and a smaller tower at the back, which was once used as a beacon to guide ships into Blakeney harbour.
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