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Mattishall Burgh Saint Peters Church
Mattishall Burgh Saint Peters Church



Mattishall Burgh Saint Peters Church, a church I stumbled on when looking for a friend, and then only by seeing a to Church sign on a small road when passing, my thoughts immediately went to Weybourne, but I'd already gone through there. Though that is where my farmer friends Graham and Penny live. What a beautifully maintained religious building! Mattishall Burgh Saint Peters Church, near East Dereham, has a square west tower, 1 bell, nave, north transept, chancel, and south porch. Mainly Perpendicular style with some earlier work incorporated. There is a Sanctus bell-cot on the apex to east gable of the nave. Old barrel-organ is still in working order. (Messent) West tower, south porch, nave, north transept and chancel. The lower part of tower is 13th century, as is the priest's door. There is a simple 15th century south doorway. Typical 13th century Purbeck font and 13th century arcade.. The simple 15th century square headed screen has been painted and has a new cresting and frieze. Angle piscina and dropped window sill sedillia. (Cautley) the church was locked, directions for a key at a site office that was to be collected in opening times of farm. God knows where this is to a stranger. But beautiful outside to this church.

Mattishall Burgh Saint Peters Church
Mattishall Burgh Saint Peters Church
Mattishall Burgh Saint Peters Church
Mattishall Burgh Saint Peters Church