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Hainford, All Saints Church, NR10-3BQ.

Hainford, All Saints Church, NR10-3BQ.




Hainford All Saint's Church, on a day in June 2018 I was pleased to hear the sound of young children playing with their mother's in a playground opposite. I was originally looking for a ruin. Either called Hainford or Waterloo. There seems to be some confusion with the two. Locals get upset as they call it Hainford, visitors like me have no idea, but assume it as Waterloo church, a deserted church left over from a village that is no longer there. I was shocked to see this relatively new church, Victorian in look, Hainford has been here a long time, Hainford meaning Hedged Enclosure by the ford. Old English Hoegan (Enclosure) + ford. The church is made of Norfolk flint and brick, has no tower, but has a bell housing. Hainford All Saint's Church, near Norwich, western bell turret, 1 bell, nave, transepts and chancel. This church was built in 1840, in a more central part of the parish than the decayed one it replaced. The materials used were of brick and flint. Locked.
The Tower and vestry of the Church of All Saints still remain and are now used as a Mortuary Chapel.
Only foundations now remain of the Parochial Chapel of Saint Mary the Virgin. They are in the same churchyard as the ruined Church of All Saints.

Hainford All Saint's Church, Postcode: NR10-3BQ.
Hainford, All Saints Church, NR10-3BQ.
Hainford, All Saints Church, NR10-3BQ.
Hainford, All Saints Church, NR10-3BQ.
Hainford, All Saints Church, NR10-3BQ.
Hainford, All Saints Church, NR10-3BQ.
Hainford, All Saints Church, NR10-3BQ.
Hainford, All Saints Church, NR10-3BQ.