We need a continuous flow of funds in order to preserve the fabric of these two churches, both of great historic interest, dating from the 14th century. A Beetley Church appears in the domesday book. East Bilney is one of only a few churches with its very own martyr, Thomas Bilney, whose ashes are buried within its churchyard.
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