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 Colby, Saint Giles Church
Colby, Saint Giles Church,



Colby, Saint Giles Church, Square west tower, 1 bell, nave, chancel and south porch with parvis above. the style is mainly Perpendicular, but there is much later work too. In 1748 the north aisle was taken down, the wall bricked up, and Classic windows of a poor quality fitted. The top of the tower has also been rebuilt, it also shows signs of rework done in 2018. Some ancient stained glass has been collected by a former rector and placed in the east window. There is a fine carved 15th century font. There are brasses in the nave taken from the dismantled aisle. Cautley wrote: Colby, Saint Giles Church, West tower, south porch, nave and chancel. 14th century tower with no buttresses, and nice 15th flint panelled porch with good niche above arch, flanked by two windows in parvise. There are modern roofs and fittings and unusual 15th century font, the bowl bearing the Evangelistic emblems and the Virgin and child, Saint Giles and the donors probably. Nice carved corona and buttressed and traceried shaft, 14th graduated sedilia and piscina with ogee arch cusped and hooded. Only east part of sedilia is canopied the rest being supplied by dropped window sill.


Colby, Saint Giles Church, Postcode, NR11-7EE.

 Colby, Saint Giles Church
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 Colby, Saint Giles Church
 Colby, Saint Giles Church
 Colby, Saint Giles Church
 Colby, Saint Giles Church
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