St Agnes is an impressive Perpendicular church dating from the early 15th century
its stature owing much to the generosity of its early benefactor: Michael de la Pole, Earl of Suffolk.
An array of medieval treasures greets visitors to the building.
Of special note is a well preserved rood screen depicting picturing a number of saints including a bespectacled St Matthew.
Although the church does not contain an extensive collection of glass, three panels containing all remaining medieval glass is displayed in a single window in the South Aisle. Here one can view exquisite feathered angels playing instruments, fine examples of work produced by the 15th century Norfolk School.