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Cringleford Saint Peter Church NR4 6UE


Cringleford Saint Peter Church, near Norwich, square west tower, 3 bells, nave with south aisle, chancel and north porch. The style is a mixture of late Decorated and Perpendicular, and in the chancel walls signs of Saxon work, a low side window, somewhat later. The font is well preserved and of interest. Much restoration was done at the commencement of the present century. (Messent) west tower, north porch, nave south aisle and chancel. This church which can show work of every period from the Saxon to 15th century, has been denuded by the exigencies of a growing population of much of its interest. The aisle is new and the roofs and fittings are modern, but still can be seen Saxon windows in nave and chancel. Many early stones built into the fabric and a fabric and a nice font with panelled bowl and shaft has a carvedtrail on the corona. George III Arms and a squint from a former north aisle.

Cringleford Saint Peter Church NR4 6UE