All Saints Church, Beeston Regis
Our aim is to keep this beautiful building in a good state of repair and readily warm and welcoming to more people in the area, both visitors and residents for many years to come.
This welcoming medieval church sits in one of the most spectacular settings of any Norfolk church, sprawled on the cliff top between Cromer and Sheringham, not far from West Runton church. The graveyard is long and wide, stretching eastwards of the church, and a large green to the south allows All Saints to ride its gentle rise with the sea behind, like a great ship.
You step into a cool, dim interior that can be something of a relief on a hot sunny day.
The great treasure of All Saints is its magnificent 15th century rood screen which is regularly set off by beautiful flower displays arranged by members of the local community to commemorate special events and dates. We had a wonderful display of roses for the Queen's birthday donated from gardens.
Do come and see for yourself!
As you can imagine, maintenance alone of such an ancient church costs a significant amount every year and this year we have had additional expenditure as our heating broke down and the 5 yearly architect's report stated expensive repairs are required to the roof.
We were extremely fortunate to have a large donation to cover the cost of a kitchen to be able to put on more events but without a toilet inside the church, these have to be brief. To the west is a large caravan park with a joint entrance from the main road to the church, who kindly let the church users make use of their toilet facilities but these are at some distance from the church doors along a narrow, uneven footpath.
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Images courtesy of: http://www.norfolkchurches.co.uk/ and https://www.achurchnearyou.com/beeston-regis-all-saints/
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