Oulton with Irmingland, Saint Peter and Saint Paul Church, NR11-6NT.

Irmingland, nearby had a church, it is now a pile of rubble, some say where witch spiritual goings on take place! Now the church of Oulton with Irmingland stands. On a hill, this church is seen from its village borders. The square tower dating from the 15th century, had recently been renovated in 2013. being offset, the church benefits from two west windows. one in the tower, the other in the nave and in the same style as the older nave windows. The church has a decorated priest's door of around 1400. the door has a Tudor rose design in square hood mould, thought to be a 19th century replacement. On the north wall is the remains of a medieval portrait of Saint Christopher, there is a painting still of a fish.