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Edingthorpe All Saints Church NR28 9TN
Edingthorpe All Saints Church NR28 9TN



Cautley wrote: Edingthorpe All Saints Church, west tower, south porch, nave and chancel. The nave roof is thatched, with its round Norman tower with octagonal top and late 12th century north doorway. Modern roof to chancel, but I think the roof to nave is a single-framed rafter one, but all is match-boarded. Interesting late 14th century screen all coloured and with six painted panels of SS. Bartholomew, Andrew, Peter, Paul, probably Saint Barbara and Saint James the Great. The cusping has gone from central arch, but there is very interesting wheel tracery above. I think the painted tracery on bottom panels is modern for you can see the diapering under it. Late Jacobean reading desk, I think dated 1687, and probably this is the date of the coarse bench ends. Very curious stool to niche over rood loft stairs and coloured border. 14th century font with traceried shaft and bowl on two steps and faded wall paintings of Saint Christopher and the Seven Deadly Sins. Messent whereas commented: Edingthorpe All Saints Church near North Walsham, round west tower with octagonal top, 2 bells, nave, chancel and south porch, The base of the tower is Norman, the rest mainly of the Decorated period. The nave roof is thatched. The rood screen is 14th century, rather uncommon for Norfolk; the paintings of six Apostles, with cusped nimi, are of good quality. The tracery in the top part is supported by long circular shafts with caps and bases. There are still slight signs of colour. The round tower is Norman, capped by a  belfry added when the nave and chancel were rebuilt in 1400. Little has been changed since. Here still are ancient doors, grey and crumbling, the medieval mass dial, the windows with rich net tracery, and the old traceried font. Here also is the old screen with six saints vividly painted on green and red panels, Paul with his sword and Andrew with his cross among them. The Pulpit, reading desk, and many benches with poppyheads come from elizabethan times. The iron stand that once held the houglass is still on the pulpit, but instead of recording time it now upholds a lamp to light the Word.


Edingthorpe All Saints Church The Postcode is NR28 9TN


Edingthorpe All Saints Church NR28 9TN
Edingthorpe All Saints Church NR28 9TN
Edingthorpe All Saints Church NR28 9TN
Edingthorpe All Saints Church NR28 9TN
Edingthorpe All Saints Church NR28 9TN
Edingthorpe All Saints Church NR28 9TN
Edingthorpe All Saints Church NR28 9TN
Edingthorpe All Saints Church NR28 9TN
Edingthorpe All Saints Church NR28 9TN
Edingthorpe All Saints Church NR28 9TN
Edingthorpe All Saints Church NR28 9TN
Edingthorpe All Saints Church NR28 9TN