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Reymerston, Saint Peter's Church, NR9-4AG.

Reymerston, Saint Peter's Church, One of a small group of Parish churches, the others Garveston and Thuxton. Reymerston, ton or Tun meaning Village or Settlement. In Reymerston, no church is recorded in the Doomsday Book. But Saint Peter's Church existed by 1200, when a Rector was appointed by the Abbey in Ely. Reymerston, Saint Peter's Church, near East Dereham, square west tower, 5 bells, nave with aisles, chancel and north porch. This church is a mixture of all three periods of Gothic. The east window contains some old Flemish glass. There are some poppy-headed pews. there are memorials to the Long, Grigson and Mann Families. Reymerston, Saint Peter's Church, west tower, north porch, nave, north and south aisles and chancel. 13th century tower with curious little cupboards in each respond, about 12" square and 24" long. A new parapet was built in 1714. 13th century doorway with two engaged shafts and dog tooth to hood mould. 13th century arcades, most of the pillars havinbg carved caps, and good late 13th century window to north aisle. Very nice 15th century font with carved stem, cornice and bowl. A plain 16th century arch-braced roof with no collar and box pews in aisles. Jacobean three-decker pulpit with backboard but no canopy, and square moulded pillar poor box of the same date. Richly carved Flemish altar rails probably 17th century. 

Reymerston, Saint Peter's Church, NR9-4AG,