Burgh Castle

Abba Seraphim and Canon David Abraham with pilgrims 2010

Burgh Castle Roman fort is believed to be the  site of St. Fursey’s  monastery.

Fursey was an Irish Monk who evangelised this part of East Anglia in the 7th century ..

See Fursey Pilgrims and Norfolk

Norfolk Archeological Trust

It is on the Angles Way

You can walk to it and the church from the Broads Authority moorings at Burgh Castle

See Norfolk Pilgrims Blogspot

See Burgh Castle Church in Simon Knott’s Norfolk Churches

See Church Website

Thirsting after righteousness? Try Church Farm for refreshments

Come on a winter’s day when curlews cry and the sun sinks over the Breydon Water, the Berney Arms and the cloud of steam from Cantley sugar beet factory sends out a column of cloud by day


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