If you want to know more about Felix, please watch this space

According to Bede and local oral history Saint Felix came to West Norfolk in 632AD and initially settled on the flood-plain of Babingley. Archaeological evidence links him with Lindisfarne in the form of a precious 'belt chape' which was found by a metal detectorist a few years ago. The silver object has been identified by the British Museum as Lindisfarne 'insular', which qualifies its provenence and rates it as one of the most important metal finds in decades.
This object wasn't lost by Felix himself but one of his successors around 700AD.

The trick is, Saint Felix actually founded the site of Castle Rising as a monastery in the seventh-century