Bawsey Norfolk & local landscapes gallery, art photography images - Katey Jane Photography


Bawsey & local areas North Norfolk

Spent many hours at Bawsey in my racing and running days in the 1990s, used to train there for mountain bike racing and run off road for fun, Bawsey is the only place near to Wisbech where you can walk off road.

Bawsey is a village and civil parish in the English county of Norfolk. The village is about 4 miles (6 km) east of the town of King's Lynn and 40 miles (65 km) west of the city of Norwich. The village sits astride of the B1145 Kings Lynn to Mundesley road that dissects North Norfolk west to east.

The church was dedicated to St.James and has been in ruins since at least 1745, its distinctive remains will be familiar to anyone who has travelled the A149 towards Hunstanton, standing high on a hill at church farm, the building and its surrounding area were the subject of a live dig by the Time Team program in 1998, they determined it started life as a monastic settlement before becoming the Parochial church of Bawsey, also during the weekend dig, the Norman arch under the former central tower was restored after it had collapsed some years before.

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