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Billingford Saint Peter's Church.

Billingford Saint Peter's Church.



Billingford Saint Peter's Church, What a beautiful little church, with a second chapel in its grounds, what a church to have come across. with it's octagonal Tower, and its part flint walls, it has a lovely 15th century font and 17th century cover, a wooden lectern and a benefit of original pews and decorative roods. In Pevsner, he calls this church "Saint Leonard", pg 90, (west tower cut down to nave level. The windows of nave and chancel Decorative and Perpendicular mixed. The nave roof is single framed, except that every so often a beam of bigger scantling is used and supported by modest arched braces, Embattled, Perpendicular octagonal font. The pulpit is plain and Jacobean. Not that disabled wheelchair friendly, but a lovely place for able-bodied to visit. Square west towered church near Diss, now only extending to the height of the roof and itself having a pyramidal roof, 1 bell, nave, chancel and south porch. The chancel is Decorated, but the nave Perpendicular. The south windows are lofty tow light with transoms, The church also has a funeral bier. Cautley wrote: west tower, south porch, nave and chancel. Part of the tower has fallen and is roofed in now at nave roof level. Inside is a fine example of a single-framed rafter roof with arch-braced principals and long wall posts, Billingford Saint Peter's Church, has a door to the old parvise, with a nice tracery. Traditional font with miniature 17th century cover. Stuart pulpit back boards and canopy and hour glass stand, and interesting rood loft stairs approached from a dropped window sill in north east nave window and with very steep oak nosed steps. Plain square headed screen, complete to top of tracery. 13th piscina and curious sedilia, with only half the window sill dropped giving accommodation for the priest only. Fragments of glass, Stuart table and the Arms of Anne, which though now initialled for George II. show the unchanged charging of the shield and Anne's motto of "SEMPER EADEM". churchesofnorfolk.com

Billingford Saint Peter's Church, not that disability friendly, Postcode: NR20-4AJ
Billingford Saint Peter's Church.
Billingford Saint Peter's Church.
Billingford Saint Peter's Church.
Billingford Saint Peter's Church.
Billingford Saint Peter's Church.


Billingford Saint Peter's Church.
Billingford Saint Peter's Church.
Billingford Saint Peter's Church.
Billingford Saint Peter's Church.
Billingford Saint Peter's Church.
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Billingford Saint Peter's Church.
Billingford Saint Peter's Church.
Billingford Saint Peter's Church.
Billingford Saint Peter's Church.
Billingford Saint Peter's Church.