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East Bradenham Saint Mary's Church.

East Bradenham Saint Mary's Church.



East Bradenham Saint Mary Church, inside the church are 14th-century four-bay arcades with octagonal piers. There are piscinae in the south aisle and the chancel. Also in the south aisle is a medieval altar slab. The octagonal font dates from the 14th century with a 17th-century cover. There is a monument in the chancel to John Greene and his wife, dated 1684. Also in the church is a Rococo-style monument dated 1750 to Gisbon Lucas. The organ was built in 1786 by Samuel Green of London for Huntingfield Hall, Norfolk. It was moved into the church in 1883. Repairs were undertaken in 1892 by Norman and Beard. In 1940 the organ was moved to its present position from the south wall of the chancel. It was granted a Historic Organ Certificate in 1999, and plans are in hand for it to be restored. East Bradenham Saint Mary Church, square west tower, a clock, and 1 bell, nave aisles, chancel and north porch. It contains work of all three periods of Gothic, the middle pointed predominating with beautiful tracery in several of the windows. The aisles run back west as far as the west wall of the tower. There is a steep pitched roof to nave and the Sanctus bell window now appears outside. The porch previously had a parvise (room above) The church has the Arms of Victoria. There is a memorial to Gibson Lucas 1758 by Thomas Rawlins.

East Bradenham Saint Mary's Church. Postcode,
East Bradenham Saint Mary's Church.
East Bradenham Saint Mary's Church.
East Bradenham Saint Mary's Church.
East Bradenham Saint Mary's Church.
East Bradenham Saint Mary's Church.
East Bradenham Saint Mary's Church.
East Bradenham Saint Mary's Church.
East Bradenham Saint Mary's Church.
East Bradenham Saint Mary's Church.
East Bradenham Saint Mary's Church.
East Bradenham Saint Mary's Church.
East Bradenham Saint Mary's Church.