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Earsham All Saints Church NR35 2TQ
Earsham All Saints Church NR35 2TQ


Earsham All Saints Church, west tower, north porch, nave north transept and chancel. There is a wooden spire on a 14th century tower. Much restored nave roof, that to chancel being a simple hammer-beam. Large Hanoverian Arms and a good deal of Flemish glass. The font is Seven Sacrament, but is much mutilated. At the edges of the bowl were canopied figures. Earsham All Saints Church, near Bungay, square west tower with spire, 3 bells, nave, chancel and north and south porches, the latter now being used as a vestry. The style is mainly Perpendicular, part of the chancel and east window being decorated, also the tower. There are a number of fine monuments in the chancel to the Windham, Dalling and Gouch families, and the roof is of the hammer-beam type. There is some ancient stained glass in the windows, as well as some of the 19th century. There is an especially beautiful reredos screen to the rear of the altar.


Earsham All Saints Church NR35 2TQ
Earsham All Saints Church NR35 2TQ
Earsham All Saints Church NR35 2TQ
Earsham All Saints Church NR35 2TQ
Earsham All Saints Church NR35 2TQ
Earsham All Saints Church NR35 2TQ
Earsham All Saints Church NR35 2TQ
Earsham All Saints Church NR35 2TQ
Earsham All Saints Church NR35 2TQ
Earsham All Saints Church NR35 2TQ
Earsham All Saints Church NR35 2TQ
Earsham All Saints Church NR35 2TQ
Earsham All Saints Church NR35 2TQ
Earsham All Saints Church NR35 2TQ
Earsham All Saints Church NR35 2TQ
Earsham All Saints Church NR35 2TQ