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Alby Saint Ethelbert Church.
Alby Saint Ethelbert Church.



Alby, Saint Ethelbert Church, with its 15th century tower, but the nave is earlier and has clerestory aisles having been built. There is a coarse unadorned piscina in the chancel With two credence shelves that might well be original. Another rudimentary piscina for nave altar is cut in the step below the window on the south side, and opposite there ate stairs to the rood loft. One can still see the stub of the rood beam and loft floor high on the north wall. There are four consecration crosses incised in the walls on either side of the chancel arch, and the heavily varnished bottom half of the screen remains. (Mortlock & Roberts)
Messent says, square west tower containing a clock and one bell, nave chancel and south porch. Contains 13th, 14th and 15th century work. The walls are mostly faced with cut flints.
Arthur Mee said Alby, Saint Ethelbert Church, the 15th century tower of its handsome church rises high above a group of sycamores and chestnuts. From medieval days the church has fragments of glass with the head of a saint, bench ends with poppyheads and a font with eight painted shields, now fading.


Alby, Saint Ethelbert Church,Postcode: NR11-7HF
Alby Saint Ethelbert Church.
Alby Saint Ethelbert Church.
Alby Saint Ethelbert Church.
Alby Saint Ethelbert Church.
Alby Saint Ethelbert Church.
Alby Saint Ethelbert Church.
Alby Saint Ethelbert Church.
Alby Saint Ethelbert Church.
Alby Saint Ethelbert Church.
Alby Saint Ethelbert Church.