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Great Plumstead Saint Mary Church
Great Plumstead Saint Mary Church


Great Plumstead Saint Mary Church, square west tower, 1 bell, nave, chancel and south porch. This church was almost entirely rebuilt in 1892, having been practically destroyed by fare the previous December. The tower is of brick, georgian in style, but the rest of the church is a copy of the Perpendicular. The Registers are dated from 1558, but badly damaged by the fire.
Great Plumstead Saint Mary Church, stands close to the road, between Little Plumstead and Witton, and close to a former mental health hospital that had been destroyed after a large fire ripped through the 19th Century building. The fire at Little Plumstead Hospital, near Norwich, broke out at 01:45 on a Sunday. More than 50 firefighters at the scene at the height of the blaze. It was a beautiful building, and a very complicated building. All of the internal structures have burnt away. Some of the property was saved and turned into high priced apartments. The red brick building, built as a hall in 1889, opened as a hospital in 1930 and has been unoccupied since the 1990s. No-one was in the building when the fire broke out. The blaze engulfed the entire 60m (197ft) by 20m (67ft) building.

Great Plumstead Saint Mary Church, Postcode is:
Great Plumstead Saint Mary Church
Great Plumstead Saint Mary Church
Great Plumstead Saint Mary Church
Great Plumstead Saint Mary Church
Great Plumstead Saint Mary Church