The South and North aisles were added in the 12th Century.
It had not been my intention to be preoccupied with churches while in Norfolk. There are, however, so many of them that are such a record of community life, historical narrative, craft and architectural style that it has proved a convenient lens through which to view the county. We visited Grimston Church simply because it is within walking distance of our holiday let - and it proved to be both beautiful and interesting.
Tomorrow's post will be about Our Lady of Walsingham - within the Anglican community, about as far as you get from the Sydney Diocese. After that, I promise a break from churches!