On the other side of the church lie the marshes of the Blyth estuary, which is why this magnificent church is known as the Queen of the Marshes. On Sunday 4 August 1577, the church was 'visited' by a thunderstorm and a black dog - during the visitation two members of the congregation died. The 17th-century Church Farm (centre), with its brick end wall and gables, was thatched at the time of the photograph.
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