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The Worstead Wool church

One of Norfolks rich Wool churches, St Mary is Massive, sitting in the village thats shares its name, Worstead wool was very big businuss from the 12th century and the villages around this part of Norfolk grew rich from it, the church is 130 foot long and has a 109 foot west tower, the church was built almost in one go taking around 20 years, starting in the late 14th century.

The south porch is two storied and has its own stair turret.

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Taken on July 8, 2012