St Helen's church
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Church of St HelenEdit
The 16th-century St. Helen's church, known as 'the Cathedral of the Broads', has a fine 15th century painted rood screen and a rare Antiphoner. It is a Grade I listed building From the top of Ranworth church's 100-foot (30 m) tower one can see many of the broads and rivers, as well as the Happisburgh lighthouse.