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Hecklingham Saint Gregory Church
Hecklingham Saint Gregory Church.



Hecklingham Saint Gregory Church, Near Loddon, round west tower, this with that octagonal top storey, 1 bell, nave with north aisle and no clerestory, apsidal chancel and south porch. The base of the tower is Norman, as is also the foundations of the apsidal chancel and other parts of the walls, including the south doorway, which is a very fine specimen. The south doorway, which is of the same period, but blocked up. The roofs are all thatched. The other windows are Early English and Decorated. there is some ancient stained glass. The ancient font is of interest. Hecklingham Saint Gregory Church,west tower, south porch, nave and north aisle and chancel. The nave porch and chancel of this church are thatched. The chancel is apsidal with flat butresses and is Norman, as is the lower part of the round tower which has a later octagonal top with brick quoins. The south doorway is a beautiful bit of Norman work and is one of the best in the country. Plain arch-braced roof to the 15' 6" wide nave, and arcade cut out of old north wall with rectangular piers and sharply-pointed unmoulded arches. 12th century plain square font supported by four columns at the corners and a central shaft. Stuart table and chest. 

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Hecklingham Saint Gregory Church
Hecklingham Saint Gregory Church
Hecklingham Saint Gregory Church
Hecklingham Saint Gregory Church
Hecklingham Saint Gregory Church
Hecklingham Saint Gregory Church
Hecklingham Saint Gregory Church
Hecklingham Saint Gregory Church
Hecklingham Saint Gregory Church
Hecklingham Saint Gregory Church
Hecklingham Saint Gregory Church
Hecklingham Saint Gregory Church