St. Peter’s Church Belaugh


Arrive by boat and moor at the church staithe and climb the pilgrim path

Alternatively  follow the river from Coltishall.  At the end of the Anchor Street the path continues across the water meadows to Belaugh.

On the way look out for kingfishers in the river and barn owls quartering the marsh

The interior is still. A perfect place to be – unwind – respond at depth to the silent music.

Groups who want to stay for a while can arrange to use the adjacent school room by contacting the vicar

A description of the church can be found on Simon Knott’s Norfolk Churches website

For its connections to John Betjeman see  www.literarynorfolk.co.uk/belaugh.htm

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