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Caister Saint Edmund Church.


Caister Saint Edmund Church, west tower, north porch, nave and chancel. large hood muold stops on 13th century north door, very much turned inwards and representing a bishop and King. Modern roofs and fittings. Traditional font inscribed round base, a painting of Saint Christopher, and Arms of Anne dated 1714. Arms to George III. Caister Saint Edmund Church. Near Norwich. Square west tower, 3 bells, nave, chancel and north porch. The chancel is Early English and the nave decorated, with a number of later insertions, mainly windows. The font, which is sculptered with emblems, was erected in 1402, by Richard de Castor, who was called "Castor the Good", he died in 1419 and lies buried in the church. There are memorials to the Dashwood, Warren and Arthy families. (Cautley) Special thanks to two lovely ladies that came out on such a short notice and cold day.


Caister Saint Edmund Church. Postcode: NR14 8RN