It is a splendid church built by the de Felbrigg family in the early 1400s in the grounds of Felbrigg Hall when the estate was producing its own bricks to develop the main house.
The box-pews were added during the reign of George lll. Over many years elaborate marble monuments to the later family of the Hall – the Windhams were added.
A small crypt was added underneath the nave of the Church to house the coffins of many members of the Windham family.
Side windows in the chancel have been blocked up to accommodate the wall monuments so the very good, five-light Perpendicular east window has been left without stained glass.
The tower has 1 single bell. The Church underwent some refurbishment in the 1960's and was provided with electricity at that time. There is a plaque to commemorate both events.
Worthy of note during your visit are:
the memorial brasses in the nave
the box pews which are unusual in having have seats on 3 sides
the monuments to the Windham Family
an unusual wafer oven and chimney beside the tower stairs.
the fine roof with carved bosses