St. Peter’s Church is the oldest surviving building in the parish. Dating to the 11th century and containing much re-used Roman building material, St. Peter’s stands isolated on a disused World War Two airfield that was once the park to Haveringland Hall.
It has possibly one of the oldest round towers in the county. The rest of the church, including the top of the tower, was rebuilt in 858, consisting of an aisled nave, chancel and big north and south transepts. The interior also mostly dates from the 19th century, however the font dates back to the 15th century.
The Friends of Haveringland Church are actively planning some exciting events. If you are interested in joining the “Friends” as a supporter or volunteer please contact Haveringland Parish Clerk. Please come along and support us!
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Accessed 10th July 2016