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North Runcton All Saint's Church.

North Runcton All Saint's Church.


North Runcton All Saint's Church is unique as it is only one of two built in the Georgian style in Norfolk, has important local connections, having been designed by architect Henry Bell who also designed Lynn’s Custom House. North Runcton All Saint's Church. has a square west tower with spirelet, 3 bells, nave and chancel. This church was entirely rebuilt in 1703 from designs by the famous King's Lynn architect, Henry Bell, but now needs part of the roof repairing again. The materials used were local carrstone and brick work cemented over. There are memorials to the Rolle, Atwell, Hopes and Cremer families. Inside this church include a beautiful 18th century polished marble font brought in 1907 from St Margaret's in King's Lynn and fine tablets dedicated to wealthy local families. The 18th century church stands on the site of its medieval predecessor. There is very little written by those that know of the church and with not being given access to this building at North Runcton All Saint's Church, both Yola the Site Builder, who in fact I do everything on this site, and Google who I have to install certain security codes to get on the internet say that I require to write 200-300 words on the subject. One cannot write on something they know very little about, so please feel free to check Wikipedia etc., to find out more.
The organ is built or constructed by Norman & Beard Ltd of London.


North Runcton All Saint's Church
North Runcton All Saint's Church.
North Runcton All Saint's Church.
North Runcton All Saint's Church.
North Runcton All Saint's Church.
North Runcton All Saint's Church.
North Runcton All Saint's Church.