There are many good sites with details about round tower churches. and has many photographs including round tower churches, by Simon Knott. His photos are of both exterior and interiors, together with comments.

Norwich Diocese has many good photos, including round tower churches

Norfolk Heritage Explorer has extensive records of round tower churches and information about Norfolk’s heritage in general (John Whitworth) and (Ian Rose) include the five Essex round tower churches.

For Kent churches see John Vigar’s website- and friends of Kent churches- has text in English and German and includes photos of continental round tower churches.

Flickr has a great collection of round tower churches including many from Ireland.

Church Crawler Phil Draper has an excellent selection of church notes and information, with a blog and lots of photos on Flickr.

Norfolk Churches Trust – – takes care of redundant churches including round tower church at Barmer.

Churches Conservation Trust – take care of 28 churches in Norfolk including Brandiston, Hales, Heckingham, Hellington, Moulton, Shimpling and South Elham in Suffolk.

The Ecclesiological Society –– has plenty of information about churches, including mass dials.

Anglo-Saxon churches– is a huge website with masses of information about all aspects of churches. discusses and illustrates some East Anglian Anglo-Saxon churches. A fascinating site which covers many kinds of religious buildings including round tower churches. This is the old boi’s site and well worth a visit.

Using a drone, Bob Mitchell photographs round tower churches on

There is an interesting site about thatched churches – many of which are in East Anglia

Norwich Diocesan Bellringers have information about towers – including round towers – and their bells

Titchwell and Burham Deepdale are featured on the website for the six parishes of the Saxon Shore benefice –

Other churches are discussed on village websites, such as SeethingBramfield, West Dereham, Rickinghall Inferior .

St Mary’s, Great Shefford, Berkshire website has information about the church and under ‘fundraising’ progress of the Round Tower Restoration Project.

A wonderful site for those who love the angel roofs of East Anglia-

Masses of information about conservation and repair of historic buildings including churches and a good source of information about  seminars and conferences. See the publication Historic churches 2013 for an article on mass dials.

City Bookshop, Norwich has books about East Anglian churches

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