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Felmingham Saint Andrew Church NR28 0LQ


Felmingham Saint Andrew Church, west tower, nave and chancel. Massive 15th tower with good sound holes and flush panelled base-course, but unfortunately lost its battlement. Inside is a lofty tower arch cut off by dreadful modern roofs. 13th century typical font bowl on a 14th century shaft. 15th century iron-bound chest and Stuart table, modern fittings. (Cautley)
Felmingham Saint Andrew Church, near North Walsham, square west tower, 6 bells and nave, the east end of which forms the chancel. The tower is Perpendicular. The nave was rebuilt with brick in 1742, in a debased Gothic style. There are some fine brasses affixed to the west wall of the nave. Some are palimpsest (The Palimpsest. Created at the Bartlett School of Architecture/Interactive Architecture, The Palimpsest uses 3D scanning and virtual reality to record urban spaces and the communities that live in them. ... Designing Buildings Wiki put some questions to one of the key architects behind The Palimpsest, John Russell, Palimpsest: 1- "A manuscript or a piece of writing material in which the later writing has been superimposed over deleted previous writing." ... Introducing the Palimpsest concept into the design formula allowed us to look at the structure-building relationship from a new perspective). One bears an inscription to Ursula Wychekynggam, died 1530. The reverse side is inscribed to William Elyes, chaplain, 1500.

Felmingham Saint Andrew Church NR28 0LQ