Bressingham Church, Norfolk

It isn’t clear when Bressingham Church was first built, it was certainly here in some form by the time of the Domesday Book and was subsequently enlarged around 1280.

Much of the church was rebuilt during the 16th Century and it is probable that the tower was added at that time. Although it has been hard to find any specific details, it looks very much like the church was renovated extensively in the Victorian period.

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