On a fine summers day Larling Church sits triumphantly amidst the beauty of the surrounding fields.
The church is an integral part of the wider farming community and truly comes to life at Harvest and Christmas celebrations, which invariably overflow into the nearby Angel Public House.
The isolated position of the church is probably not due (as might be thought) to the Black Death having decimated the village. Archaeological evidence shows that there was once a settlement round the church, but sometime after the Middle Ages it appears to have migrated southwards, towards the ford where the Angel Pub stands.
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Bridgham Church Coffee Morning`
Sat, 25 May, 2019, 10am @ Bridgham Church
In aid of Bridgham Church Fabric Fund.
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Farewell to Lynn & Tony Fry
Posted: Sun, 24 Feb, 2019 (3 months ago) by David
A special Benefice Sung Eucharist has been arranged at East Harling Church on Sunday 3 March, at which Lynn will preach.
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From the A11, head north up the B1111 (Watton Road). The church is sign-posted down a track on the right. The postcode is approximate!
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