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Banningham,Saint Botolph, Church,
Banningham Saint Botolph Church



Banningham,Saint Botolph, Church, On a corner near The Crown Public House, Banningham Saint Botolph Church has allowed access from that said building. This is not completely accessible to the disabled, especially with the raised gateway at the front of the church. The 15th century tower is beautifully proportioned, the detailing of the parapet and sound holes are particularly good. Inside, plaster has been knocked from some walls, this supposedly by English Heritage in a way of getting rid of blown plaster due to damp. The font and cover are beautiful, the cover especially nice, is of pine and of late 17th century, it has slim columns supporting ogee shaped top. There is some Medieval glass. There is a monument to Samuel Wanley, died 1723. His coat of arms resting against stacked books, also a skull clutching bones in its teeth. There is a beautiful hammer-beam roof, there are angels in the spandrels, one sitting in a boat on a choppy sea. The Banningham Crown can be contacted on 01263-733534, the church is opposite. Banningham or Banincham, meaning homestead of Banna's people. Old English Banna + ingas (the people of) + ham (homestead)


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The king was so pleased with his wife that he gladly held out the sceptre to her. She told him everything and Haman was put to death, and the Jewish people were given permission to defend themselves if anyone tried to attack them. In this way, Esther saved her people.

(moral), God raises people into certain positions because he has a plan for them and will use them to help more of his people.


Banningham,Saint Botolph, Church, Postcode for both are NR11-7DY.


Banningham,Saint Botolph, Church,
Banningham,Saint Botolph, Church,
Banningham,Saint Botolph, Church,
Banningham,Saint Botolph, Church,
Banningham,Saint Botolph, Church,
Banningham,Saint Botolph, Church,
Banningham,Saint Botolph, Church,
Banningham,Saint Botolph, Church,
Banningham,Saint Botolph, Church,