Sunlight stirs in Little Snoring

A delicate winter sun crosses the graveyard at Little Snoring church, mysterious and beautiful, with its round tower standing detached from the rest of the church, topped by a little 18th century conical cap.

The church sits next to what was a WWII air base used by British fighter aircraft, mainly spitfires and hurricanes. St Andrew is still a place of pilgrimage for those who flew from there and for those who remember them. Large boards up at the back record hits on German aircraft and awards received by the airmen.

Little Snoring Church, Norfolk

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