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Church Micro 4883...Wereham

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Hidden : 01/07/2014
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St Margaret's Church, dedicated to St Margaret of Antioch, is a medieval Grade II* listed church in the centre of the village of Wereham.

This handsome church is set in a fine, tight graveyard, facing across to the village school and the pond. It is easy to imagine what this place was once like in the busy days of the early 20th Century. A good war memorial faces out across the pond, a reminder of the event which would change rural Norfolk forever. There is a fine sundial on the south face of the tower, but St Margaret is unusual in being entered from the west. It is unusual in other respects: the rigorous 1860s restoration disguises the fact that this church was largely complete by the 13th Century, an early date for Norfolk.

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