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St Edmund

In 854, Edmund sailed to East Anglia from Saxony with a company of noblemen. He was heir to the kingdom of the Eastern Angles. He was fourteen years old. When he reached St Edmund’s Point (then called Maydenbure), near Hunstanton, he dropped to his knees and kissed the ground, praying to God to bless his coming. When he stood up seven springs of sweet water burst out of the ground. From that moment the soils of North Norfolk became rich and fertile and bore the richest crops in East Anglia.

Westmorland slate measuring 210mm x 495mm