Church of St. Peter and St. Paul, Newchurch
A large 13th century church best known for its 'bent' tower.
The first two stages of the tower, built in the 15th century, began to lean alarmingly and were buttressed to prevent the tower collapsing. Many years later the final stage was added in an upright position, giving the tower its characteristic bent shape. Inside is a fine Jacobean pulpit, the oldest on the Marsh.
The church hosts a history exhibition in the north chapel, while the south chapel is available for quiet time and prayer.