The hamlet has no centre and essentially comprises two farms, Bylaugh Hall and various barns and village houses. The population at the last census was less than 70.
St Mary’s, Bylaugh is open by appointment for private prayer. Please contact the Church warden for further details.
Our church buildings in the Reepham and Wensum Valley Benefice are as individual as those who have worshipped in them for hundreds of years. They each hold many interesting social and historical artefacts as well as providing spaces for peace, worship and celebration for the communities they serve today. Below are links to The Norfolk Churches website which will provide you with a taster of what you may find when you visit us.
Click here for Simon Knott’s report on St Mary, Bylaugh on the Norfolk Churches website.
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Church Warden: Michael Hogger 01362 688872 firstname.lastname@example.org
PCC Secretary: Roger Lake email@example.com
PCC Treasurer: Roger Lake firstname.lastname@example.org
Safeguarding Officer: Di Skipper 07771965669 email@example.com