United Kingdom St. Margaret church ruins

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JAMES BILLINGS

Shoot with care
Parts of the ruins are roped off to protect both the stonework, and your head. The churchyard has areas of wildlflower to attract wildlife, try to stick to the existing routes through the grass to avoid damage.

About this spot
Now a ruin, the church of St Margaret sits in the quiet village of West Raynham in Norfolk.
Abandoned in the 18th century. Attempts over the past few decades to preserve the site mean that it's no longer covered in ivy, and the church yard is a haven for nature, with wildflowers to attract various insects. A couple of boards give information about the site.

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