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Newton Flotman, Saint Mary the Virgin Church, NR15-1QE.

Newton Flotman, Saint Mary the Virgin Church, NR15-1QE.



Newton Flotman, Saint Mary the Virgin Church, has walls of flint taken from nearby Caister Saint Edmunds fort. That or a Roman building nearby. It has buttresses added to the south side. Blomefield tried to make out an inscription on the tower (15th century) , but failed, it has since been found to say "The swete passion of the crist help us". the church has one of the most unusual designed porches I've seen so far in Norfolk. And is 16th century with other additions. Inside the octagonal font is 15th century, originally painted, the cover made of oaks grown and cut from nearby Dunston Estate. The pews were made in 1890. Newton Flotman, Saint Mary the Virgin Church, west tower, south porch, nave, and chancel. Modern roofs, plain 15th century benches with poppy heads, 15th century traceried bowl to font, Stuart table and interesting Blondevyle brass.
The organ is built or constructed by Norman & Beard Ltd of London.


Newton Flotman, Saint Mary the Virgin Church, Postcode: NR15-1QE.
Newton Flotman, Saint Mary the Virgin Church, NR15-1QE.
Newton Flotman, Saint Mary the Virgin Church, NR15-1QE.
Newton Flotman, Saint Mary the Virgin Church, NR15-1QE.
Newton Flotman, Saint Mary the Virgin Church, NR15-1QE.
Newton Flotman, Saint Mary the Virgin Church, NR15-1QE.
Newton Flotman, Saint Mary the Virgin Church, NR15-1QE.