Happy Birthday Mum.
For the girls there was a day shopping in Norwich.
A church has stood on this site for more than 900 years, the original being probably made of oak logs sunk vertically in the ground to form a rectangular structure at the centre of the Saxon settlement of Spikeswurtha. The stone font is Norman and made from Caen stone. In the chancel there is an impressive memorial to Sir William Pecke and Lady Alice, dated 1634. It is unusual to have such an ornate memorial in a village church and mystery surrounds their actual burial place as they didn't want their enemies to locate their graves.
Daybreak on our last full day in Norfolk. Only my Dad and I were up to see the sun rise. I called it an Apricot Sky; my Dad called it a Mackerel Sky.
Beach Huts - I've always wanted a beach hut, but when these come up for sale, which isn't very often, they retail at £30,000 to £40,000!!! (My husband says, "they are just sheds!")
The big, open skies of Norfolk - my favourite place to be.
The layout was originally in the form of a crucifix with a central tower.