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Oulton Chapel Open Day

Come and discover a stunning 18th century chapel hidden in Norfolk countryside. Bring a picnic and enjoy the peaceful atmosphere of this place.

This non-conformist Chapel was built between 1728-31 and is listed grade II*. The Chapel remained in use until 1970s and reopened again in 1991 after needed restoration was completed.
The Chapel is a beautiful example of an early non-conformist chapel, built of red brick with double curved “Flemish” gables. The chapel retains its original panelling, box pews and gallery. Some of the original forms (basic timber benches) used for Sunday School children are still in evidence around the Chapel and the site and bear witness to the large numbers of adults and children who attend the Chapel for Sunday services.
If you look carefully, a link with the past is provided by various cartoons and other graffiti drawn to the pews by its occupants.

Saturday 8 September: 10:00-16:00
Sunday 9 September: 11:00-15:00
Saturday 15 September: 10:00-16:00
Sunday 16 September: 11:00-15:00


Craft Weekend at Waxham Great Barn

Join us for Heritage Open Day within a beautiful setting of Waxham Great Barn.

Saturday 8th September 10.30 – 16.00
Learn about the craft in the area and enjoy the demonstration of printmaking, willow weaving, wood carving and local pottery. You can also take a part in an interactive pottery workshop with Wayside Pottery.

Sunday 9th September 10.30 – 16.00
Local crafters will display and sell their products. You can enjoy a cup of tea and slice of cake while admiring local products.


Denver Mill

Photo courtesy Bedford’s

Denver Mill

The Trust sold Denver Mill earlier this year and, as part of the conditions of sale, is currently carrying out essential repairs to the interior and exterior of the tower. Work is scheduled to be completed this autumn.