Saxlingham, Saint Margaret's Church, NR25-7JY.
Another church may have stood on the same site as Saint Margaret's of Saxlingham, it is possible that very church was Saxon. The Domesday Book of 1086 tells of one William Beaufoe, a Bishop of Thetford holding at the then Saxlingham a manor including one church! the present building, built after comprises its Perpendicular Style architecture, this from the 15th century. Saxlingham was one of 250 churches in England dedicated to Saint Margaret, (often shown with a dog) The church has some fine items inside, the beautiful octagonal decorated font, the splendid stained glass windows and a Cusped angle piscina in chancel.