St Rumwold’s Church Bonnington is situated near the Royal Military canal. It is a Grade: I listed building, built by the Normans in the 12th century with the nave being rebuilt in the 14th century. There is record of there being two bells in 1552, although only one existed in 1887. In 1799, Edward Hasted described Bonnington church as being ‘small, consisting of an isle and chancel. It has no steeple, but a pointed turret raised on the roof at the west end. It is kept very clean and neat’.
This video on YouTube has some lovely images of the interior:
Services of Holy Communion are normally held on the 1st and 3rd Sundays of each month at 9am.