Britains cathedrals and churches are filled with thousands of strange gargoyles and shadows, green men and elf-like figures. They all represent the nations medieval heritage displayed in the Gothic architecture of the 19th Century. „Gothic“ – a light, spacious, and graceful architectural style is said to also have played an important role in reviving „British culture“. Gargoyles represent the shadowy areas of English Gothic. They are know as „creatures that endure life as statues“. They come alive to ward off evil and hence are found atop of places of worship. These chaps here are watching over churches in Norfolk.