Tuttington Parish Church

St Peter and St Paul

The parish church of Tuttington – dedicated to St Peter & St Paul – is a fine Norfolk round-towered 11th Century medieval church.

It is part of a group of eight local churches in the King’s Beck Benefice comprising Felmingham, Skeyton, Colby, Banningham, Tuttington, Suffield, Sloley and Swanton Abbot.

The priest-in-charge is Revd. David Chamberlin. The Church Warden for Tuttington church is June Rumbsby. Tuttington church holds regular services.

Read more about the history of Tuttington and its church.

Tuttington church is also used for non-devotional functions involving the whole village.


And here are the famous medieval carved pew ends (click on image for an enlargement)

See if you can work out which is which:

  • Elephant and Castle (howdah)
  • Squirrel
  • Dog
  • Fox carrying a goose
  • Griffin attacking a man
  • Man with a viol or lute
  • Lion
  • Man beating a tabor or drum
  • Leopard (or possibly a sheep)
  • Woman with basket of poultry and a fox eating the contents
  • Milkmaid with churn
  • Dragon
  • Wildman of the woods (woodwose) with a club
  • Cat

The Tuttington Village War Memorial

The wall-hanging in the church depicting buildings in the village