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Framingham Earl Saint Andrews Church NR14 7SD
Framingham Earl Saint Andrews Church NR14 7SD



A church that is both beautiful yet closed, locked to the general public. Why? Framingham Earl Saint Andrews Church near Norwich has a round tower, 1 bell, nave, chancel and north and south porches. It has an abundance of Norman zigzag arches both to its doors as well as its windows. Messent stated that: the base of the tower is Saxon, and parts of the walls are of that period too' they have circular and round headed windows, splayed both externally and internally. The north and south doorways are fine specimens of Norman work, but the greatest feature of the church is the very fine Norman chancel arch with squints on either side. The east window is Decorated. The pulpit is Jacobean, and was bought from Sotterley church in Suffolk. There is also some ancient stained glass. Framingham Earl Saint Andrews Church, round west tower, 1 bell, nave, chancel and north and south porches. The base of the tower is Saxon, and parts of the walls are of that period with circular and round headed windows, slayed both externally and internally. The north and south doorways are fine specimens of Norman work, but the great feature of the church is the very fine Norman chancel arch with squints on either side. The east window is Decorated. The Jacobean pulpit was brought from Sotterley church in Suffolk. There is some ancient stained glass.The organ is built or constructed by Norman & Beard Ltd of London.  

Framingham Earl Saint Andrews Church, Postcode: NR14-7SD.
Framingham Earl Saint Andrews Church NR14 7SD
Framingham Earl Saint Andrews Church NR14 7SD
Framingham Earl Saint Andrews Church NR14 7SD
Framingham Earl Saint Andrews Church NR14 7SD