Thank You

I'd love to acknowledge many people in writing this site. Not being trained or scholared in anything to do with buildings, or religious buildings at that, all that I have learned is what I have read from others, books, or sites, I have also been taught things in many, many churches by people that have taken time to speak to me.
Here is a list of some except the latter whom I am indebted.

The Parts of a Church, by Sidney H. Heath. George Philip and Son, Ltd,
The Popular Guide to Norfolk Churches, by D.P.Mortlock and C.V. Roberts, Acorn Editions.
The Buildings of England, North-West and South Norfolk, by Niklaus Pevsner, Penguin Books.
Norfolk Churches, by H.Munro Cautley F.S.A., A.R.I.B.A, Boydell.
A Popular Guide to Norfolk Place-Names, by James Rye, Larks Press.
Collins Guide to English Parish Churches, Edited by John Betjeman, Collins.
County Churches Norfolk, 1, J. Charles Cox, George Allen.
County Churches Norfolk, 2, J. Charles Cox, George Allen & Sons.
The Monastic Remains of Norfolk and Suffolk, by Claude J.W. Messent, A.R.I.B.A.
The Best Buildings of England, Niklaus Pevsner, Viking.
A History of the Church, J.R.H. Moorman, A & C Black.
Norfolk Record Society, Vol. XIX Part 2, Norwich Arch-deaconry Inventry, of Church Goods 1368, 1948, Publisher (Unknown)
The Norfolk Almanac of Disasters, Pamela Brooks, Norwich, Norfolk. ISBN 978-1-85983-560-9
The King's England, Norfolk, Arthur Mee. Hodder and Stoughton.
Kim Saul, Belton Church. Belton & District Historical Society http://beltonhistory.co.uk/

British Listed Buildings.
Norwich Churches.
National Churches Trust.
Diocese of Norfolk
Charles E. Keyser, A day's excursion among churches of South East Norfolk.
Walsingham Churches via Father James permission.
The Norfolk Churches Trust Ltd, Manor Farmhouse, Diss Road, Tibenham, Norfolk, NR16 1QF • 01379 677272 • secretary@norfolkchurchestrust.org.uk
© The Norfolk Churches Trust, 2018 • Registered Charity No. 271176 • Registered Company No. 1247797
The Round Tower Churches Society.

Also: Individual churches that I have been able to gain knowledge from their individual leaflets.

Remember, Locked Churches, want money, need up keeping and eventually become redundant (Frightened of theft? Most cases its people that will get in anyway, lead, is stolen from the outside anyway, so lock up valuables inside)