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Loddon Holy Trinity Church
Loddon Holy Trinity Church NR14 6EX



Loddon Holy Trinity Church, Square west tower, a clock and 8 bells, nave with aisles, chancel and south porch with parvis. labelled inside as a Priests Room, and one can visit it. In Perpendicular style through out, there is a curious framed painting in the south aisle, representing Sir James Hobart and his wife kneeling, with views of Loddon Church and Saint Olave's bridge and stating underneath that he built the church and she the bridge. There is a brass in the chancel to Sir James Hobart, knight, died 1615 and to Frances his wife, died 1669. In the north aisle there is a marble altar tomb recumbent figure to Lady Williamson, died 1684. The base of the rood screen remains with paintings, one incorporating the Crucifixion of Saint William of Norwich. The hammer-beam roof is continuous over the nave and chancel. The raised font is of the Seven Sacrament type, the pulpit is Jacobean. Loddon, foundations can still be traced in the present churchyard on the north-west side, of a parochial chapel of Saint Mary. Loddon Holy Trinity Church, west tower, south porch nave, north and south aisles. This fine church is generally late 15th century. The porch is vaulted, and has a parvise over, and above the entrance arch is a niche with the Holy Trinity in it. The nave and chancel are continuous and have lofty 15th century arcades with fifteen two-light clerestory windows, with single hammer beam and arch-braced roof. A very ancient iron-bound poor man's box, generally attributed to the Saxon era, but possibly not as old.  There is a Jacobean pulpit and early 17th century altar rails, which  now serve as fronts to choir stalls. There is a late 15th century picture depicting Sir James Hobart and his wife, with a crude picture of the  church and St Olaves Bridge, and an inscription saying he built the first and his wife the latter. But the features of the church are the font and screen. the former is very beautiful but much defaced in the Commonwealth. There are Arms to George I.

Loddon Holy Trinity Church NR14 6EX
Loddon Holy Trinity Church
Loddon Holy Trinity Church
Loddon Holy Trinity Church
Loddon Holy Trinity Church
Loddon Holy Trinity Church
Loddon Holy Trinity Church
Loddon Holy Trinity Church
Loddon Holy Trinity Church
Loddon Holy Trinity Church