The Broads National Park provides opportunities for people to come apart and rest awhile, walk by the water, get into a boat and go over to the other side, consider the lilies of the field and the birds of the air or like Jesus’ friends Peter, James and John to go fishing. The pioneer Norfolk naturalist, Ted Ellis, called the Broads, “A breathing space for the cure of souls.”
Every year more than 7 million visitors enjoy the Broads’ National Park unique natural environment and heritage, including heritage churches. Strangely, there would be:
Wherever one wanders – by water, foot, or wheels – church towers lift eyes heavenwards.
A warm welcome awaits church enthusiasts, casual explorers and pilgrims.