Rougham, Saint Mary Church, PE32-2SF.
The words of a local lady were turn right, you can't miss it, well with the trees out in full leaf and no idea where you are, believe me it is very easy. A little upset at first at Rougham's Saint Mary's Church unruly way the graveyard was, but once inside I was pleased to see that apart from a few modern fitting, much has stayed the same. Most of the improvements and care has since 1690 been done by the family of North, a family originally coming from Yelverton, and still here today. There is only one bell in this relatively short tower, it was cast in 1618, by local man John Draper. there is a 14th century font, it has trefoil arches on its stem, and its cover given by eight children born to Charles and Augusta North in 1913. There are many brasses, and many carvings. there are two or three pieces of stained glass and choir stalls, possibly from the 14th and 19th century respective.