St Peter, Weasenham, Norfolk
A fine if largely rebuilt church set unfortunately close to the busy Swaffham to Cromer road. The interior is of interest, with good 15th Century glass of the Norwich school reset in the north windows, and a rather startling east window by Wiliam Warrington of 1849. There is also glass by Christopher Webb, and an altar revealing the church's Anglo-Catholic past. The church is open every day, and there are good 18th Century memorials in the churchyard.