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Fakenham Saint Peter and Saint Paul Church.
Fakenham Saint Peter and Saint Paul Church.


The day I called to Fakenham Saint Peter and Saint Paul Church, there was a "Messy" day taking place, I'd already looked for a parking space nearby to no avail, had been given a parking ticket for over staying my welcome, (we I hadn't really) The Car Park,stated in large lettering Two Hours FREE, small writing, you must get a ticket. This is NOT on in 2018. Many people would have paid the £60 fine, or if forced the £100 follow up fine. Unless the car park is council owned, there is really no need. With the Messy Day, there were too many young children around, I wouldn't take photos. Because of this and the parking, it will be a while, unless invited back, of taking inside pictures. The hand of individuals is often discernible, even if we cannot attribute names to them, A good example is provided by masons marks at New Buckenham and Weasenham Saint Peter. Recently Richard Fawcett made a major contribution to techniques of architectural history by showing that the same decorative features could be seen in more than one church, and therefore reveal the work of "Schools" of masons, or even of individuals. Thus, he had demonstrated at Hockwold, Larling and Croxton. They all have the same simple tracery of the early 14th century; that a particular kind of elongated quatrefoil was used in the Attleborough area after 1320, and has links to Norwich Cathedral and that the towers of Blofield, Brisley, Fakenham, Foulsham, Heydon, Ingham and Southrepps were all the work of one man in the mid-15th century and that a mason who designed Wiveton Saint Mary worked elsewhere in Norfolk in the second quarter of the 15th century.

Fakenham Saint Peter and Saint Paul Church. Postcode:
Fakenham Saint Peter and Saint Paul Church.