Country Churches
 
 
ROLLESBY CHURCH
 
The early fourteenth century east Norfolk church has a round tower capped by an octagonal belfry. Rollesby Broad is a mile to the south-east.  The inscription is from Psalm 24.
 
Wood engraving.  
 
SALLE CHURCH
 
A late linocut for a wedding invitation.
 
Saint Peter and Paul Salle is a large, exceptionally fine, early fifteenth century Norfolk church with a 126 foot tower visible over a wide area.  Here it
 
HAPPISBURGH CHURCH
 
There are three ways of spelling the place-name − “Happisburgh” as on road signs and Ordnance Survey maps, and “Haisborough” and “Haisbro” (the way the word is pronounced) on Admiralty charts.  For
 
WEST WALTON CHURCH
 
Pevsner described West Walton church as ‘one of the most sumptuous Early English parish churches – not only of Norfolk’.  The linocut shows the church with its detached bell-tower and churchyard
 
WORSTEAD CHURCH
 
Worstead is in north-east Norfolk, between Cromer and Great Yarmouth. The church was begun in 1379 and was described by Sir Nikolaus Pevsner as “externally one of the dozen or so grandest Norfolk