St Lawrence's Church, Harpley. Open daily. Free entry.
There is some parking outside the church, but it’s more a case of pulling off the road onto the verge. The church has a gravel path up to the doorway, with a stone step to the porch and a wooden lip at the door. Inside the church has a smooth tiled floor.
This Grade I listed building is mainly from the 14th century. It has a wooden carved priest’s door, carvings at the end of every pew, a nave roof with carved angels and medieval stained glass; it’s a beautiful church to visit.
Church Lane, King's Lynn, Norfolk PE31 6TL
Churchwardens: Mrs Lucy Brown - 01485 520252, Mrs Jean Pocklington - 01485 520368
Dawn to dusk every day.
The village of Harpley is just off the A148 King’s Lynn to Cromer road. The church is on Church Lane. OS TF 788260
There is a bus service that runs through the village of Harpley, for service times please contact the Traveline website or tel: 0870 608 2608. For information on accessible buses visit the Norfolk County Council website.
Amenities:In the village there is an Anglican church and a pub - The Rose and Crown - which serves food and drinks.