A small Norfolk church has won a national award and a £10,000 grant.

All Saints Church in Wilby won the Friends Award at the National Church Awards.

The medieval Anglican church is the smallest of seven parishes in the Quidenham area.

Friends of the National Churches Trust vote on who they want to win the grant of four short-listed churches.

All Saints Church will receive the additional grant of £10,000 to add to its previous grant award.

The money will be used on the architecturally significant chancel roof. It is unstable due to batten sickness, which has caused water to enter the building.

Additional funding would enable the church to be watertight, allowing the church to continue serving the community.

Churchwarden David Midgley said: “As a beneficiary of NCT grants, we have already been blessed with valued support for urgent maintenance, surveys, and major repairs, and winning another award brings us even closer to our funding target.”