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Santon All Saints Church.
Santon All Saints Church.
The area is named after its sandy soil, the light land being easy to farm, a great place for a settlement. With no mention of a church at Santon in the Domesday Book. And a rector was not recorded until 1311. So for churches, Santon's All Saint's Church is relatively resent. two windows on the south side of the nave were installed by the War Damages Commission after WW2. They were redone of broken parts used by Mr Denis King of Norwich. The "Birdbath" font was stolen in 1996, the original alter too. The church was declared pastorally redundant, the church is now open purely because of visitors donations. With it's west tower, north porch, nave and chancel, the nave being rebuilt in 1628 and the chancel was built in 1858, Cautley said of All Saints, "nothing of interest." I found it refreshing, a north instead of the usual south porch, this done in flint and block hatching. The octagonal tower capped with a castle style fortification. Wine glass pulpit and its beautiful stained glass windows. Outside its large tombs to former persons of the parish.
Santon All Saints Church.
Santon All Saints Church.
Santon All Saints Church.
Santon All Saints Church.


Santon All Saints Church.
Santon All Saints Church.
Santon All Saints Church.
Santon All Saints Church.
Santon All Saints Church.
Santon All Saints Church.
Santon All Saints Church.
Santon All Saints Church.