Stacey Arms windpump
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The ruinous mediaeval parish church of St Peter and St Paul is a grade II* listed building. Although repaired 1705 and extended in 1853, only the chancel is now usable. According to local legend, the church's bells were stolen by the Devil. He plunged with them into a nearby boggy pool, whence their tolling can occasionally be heard.
The Stracey Arms Windpump was once used to drain the surrounding marshland into the River Bure. A grade II* listed building, it is now maintained by the Norfolk Windmills Trust and is a visitor attraction.
- "Name: REMAINS OF CHURCH OF ST PETER AND ST PAUL List entry Number: 1372727". English Heritage. Retrieved 15 March 2014.
- Ash, Russell (1973). Folklore, Myths and Legends of Britain. Reader's Digest Association Limited. p. 247. ISBN 9780340165973.
- "Name: STRACEY ARMS WINDPUMP List entry Number: 1051459". English Heritage. Retrieved 15 March 2014.
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