There are six medieval parish churches and two ruined churches within the benefice. All are well worth a visit. For more details about the history and architecture of the churches please visit Simon Knott's excellent Norfolk Churches website by following this link www.norfolkchurches.co.uk

St Mary Magdalene Sandringham

Serving teas and coffees during the Archdeacons Charge May 2016

St Peter and St Paul West Newton

St Lawrence Castle Rising

St Mary the Virgin Hillington

St Peter Wolferton

St Mary the Virgin Flitcham

St Mary Appleton [ruins]

 A small round towered church, ruined since the 18th century, which has recently been restored with grants from Historic England and The Norfolk Churches Trust.

 A small round towered church, ruined since the 18th century, which has recently been restored with grants from Historic England and The Norfolk Churches Trust.

A holy well near to the church, which was on the medieval pilgrimage route to Walsingham

A holy well near to the church, which was on the medieval pilgrimage route to Walsingham