The village of Knapton had its summer festival “Knapton Together” at the weekend of 4 and 5 July.
Open Gardens and Studios, a Flower Festival in the church, a display of vintage vehicles, Crafts and Gifts Fair and glorious sunshine attracted lots of visitors.
Saint Peter and Saint Paul Parish Church
The present church dates from mainly the 14th century and is famous for its carved angels. The promenant feature of this church is the roof, a double hammerbeam. The beams and spandrels are richly carved with three tiers of angels which have outspread wings. More angels are carved on the kingposts and on the wall plate.
The theme of the Flower Festival was “Weddings”. This photo shows a flower arrangement by Mundesley Village Flower Shoppe.
Some of the gardens were absolutely stunning, and all highly individual.
And who would expect Stonehenge or the stone circles of Avebury in Knapton?…