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Hellington John the Baptist Church
Hellington John the Baptist Church.



Hellington John the Baptist Church, west tower, south porch, nave and chancel. This church has a very interesting late 13th century south porch with fine moulded arch and caps, and angle buttresses with canopied niches in their upper part, a much mutilated niche over the archway, and a lovely Norman doorway with three engaged shafts and six orders above. There is also a good  Norman north doorway. The round tower is Saxon, early Norman. Modern roofs and benches, but very interesting and curious 14th century windows on the south side with deeply splayed jambs, having angle shafts and scoinson arches, and the sill is carried down to form window seats. Hellington John the Baptist Church, round west tower, near Norwich, 1 bell, nave, chancel and south porch. The base of the tower is Norman, but late 13th century above. The north and south doorways are beautiful specimens of Norman work The porch is Early English, but the rest of the church is mainly Decorated, with some beautiful windows of that period on the south side. Although no aisles, there are some blocked up clerestory windows. There is a brass to Sir Anthony Gawdy, Kt., dated 1642.

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Hellington John the Baptist Church
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Hellington John the Baptist Church
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