Caister on Sea Holy Trinity Church NR30 5JN

Caister on Sea Holy Trinity Church, near Great Yarmouth, with square west tower, 1 bell, nave and south aisle without clerestory, chancel and south porch. The work is mainly Transitional Decorated and Perpendicular. Triple sedilia in chancel. There are monuments to the Crowe and Blenerheysett families. The stained east window, inserted in 1903, is in memory of nine men who lost their lives in Caister lifeboat disaster in November, 1901. (Messent) Caister on Sea Holy Trinity Church, west tower, south porch, south aisle, and chancel. Modern roofs and benches and the most enormous 14th century font. 3' 6" across and 4' 10" high with no step. The bowl is traceried and has a double battlemented top and there are attached colums to shaft. 14th century arcades and a 15th century sedilia and piscina with three standing shafts and cinquefoiled arches. There is a large Commandment board with Moses and Aaron, and a most extraordinary set of Hanoverian Arms with escutheon tilted to the dexter side. (The term dexter, merely means right and left) The Bible is replete with passages referring to being at the "right hand" of God. Sinister is used to mark that an ordinary or other charge is turned to the heraldic left of the shield. A bend sinister is a bend which runs from the bearer's top left to bottom right, as opposed to top right to bottom left. plus Stuart table.

Caister on Sea Holy Trinity Church: Postcode, NR30 5JN