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Hapton Saint Margaret Church NR15 1SE
Hapton Saint Margaret Church NR15 1SE.



Hapton Saint Margaret Church. west tower built in 1849, Decorated nave and chancel arch. Perpendicular chancel windows. The arch has capitals of bossy leaves, one with a green man. The font is octagonal, plain, with shields. The church has benches, these have a few poppy heads. There was a Presbyterian Chapel at nearby Hapton House, built in 1741. It had three arched upper windows. Below only a doorway with an original door. It had a corrugated roof. (Pevsner). (Cautley on the other hand wrote): North tower, south porch, nave and chancel. Modern roofs and fittings. Plain 15th century font, 14th century chancel arch with nice carved caps, and fragments of old screen made up in back of sedilia and credence table. There is a 15th century iron -bound chest, a 13th century knocker on the door and a consecration cross on north wall of nave, I personally found the tower to the west, but the church locked, so paid no attention to it at all, it also had details inside the front porch to Wreningham Church, which at first I thought this was. A lady dog walker put me right. I did notice that there was a Wafer Oven built into the lower south wall, in what is a chimney. Hapton Saint Margaret Church.
near Long Stratton, square west tower, 1 bell, nave, chancel, and south porch. The style is transional Decorated and Perpendicular. The tower was rebuilt in 1847. The piscina and holy water stoup are of interest, there is also an ancient chest.

Hapton Saint Margaret Church, Postcode:
Hapton Saint Margaret Church NR15 1SE
Hapton Saint Margaret Church NR15 1SE
Hapton Saint Margaret Church NR15 1SE
Hapton Saint Margaret Church NR15 1SE