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Winterton-On-Sea Parish Church

Winterton-On-Sea Parish Church viewed from the east
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All Saints Parish Church Winterton-On-Sea Winterton-On-Seas Parish Church is a magnificent building, with one of the tallest church towers in Norfolk, rising to over 130 feet.

Elements of the church date from the 13th century, with the tower being built around 200 years later.
The church was restored in the late 1800's and is a treasured and much loved building in the village.

Click here for a more detailed history of Winterton-On-Sea Parish Church.

There is regular worship and the church welcomes visitors to any of its services or for just quiet reflection throughout the day. 

Visitors are reminded of Winterton-On-Seas heritage by The Fisherman’s Corner, where relics and memorabilia can be found, together with memorials to those lost at sea.

The church is well used by the village with the local primary school paying regular visits to perform at Christian festivals. Lively evenings are enjoyed by the community, past events include a concert and a visit from Keith Skipper who regaled a crowded church with tales of ‘Norfolk Squit’


Interior Views
The Nave of Winterton-On-Sea All Saints Parish Church
The Nave
 
The Fishermans Corner of Winterton-On-Sea All Saints Parish Church
Fishermans Corner