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Norwich Saint Swithin Church


Norwich Saint Swithin Church, Messent say's; On the north side of Saint Benedict's Street, he describes it with a west bell cot, 1 bell, nave with aisles and chancel. Mainly in the Decorated style, but the clerestory is much later with square headed windows, and the south arcading is modern, with square piers and attached Doric pilasters. the carved font is of interest. There is some ancient stained glass. The tower was taken down when the three bells were taken to Saint Margaret's Church. Cautley has just a brief write-up, nave north and south aisles and chancel. This little church has nothing but a typical 15th century font and a little 15th century glass.


Norwich Saint Swithin Church