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Saxlingham Nethergate, Saint Mary Church,
Saxlingham Nethergate, Saint Mary Church,


What a beautiful church Saxlingham Nethergate Saint Mary is. I walked from a car park to the right hand side of the church as you look at it, there is a new disabled access ramp leading to the church. With it's south porch jutting out it really catches the sun. (unfortunately there are steps down to the main church floor, but an access ramp is available for those in wheelchairs.) Saint Mary's has been here since before the Domesday Book of 1086, it's been added to since. Some of the church are additions added in 1867, (Victorian times) Though much is 14th century, the tower for one. Too are additions from the Decorated style and the Perpendicular style. Like some other churches in this area, they have what is called a "Judas" window, shaped like a four leaf clover and usually in the main door, sometimes now blocked off, sometimes glazed. Saxlingham Nethergate has a Royal Arms of King William III, Rood Screen and a "Lion Font", 15th century. On a wall too is a Consecration Cross, both explained in A-Z meaning of Church List. There is a memorial to John Baron by sculptor F. Stafford. The organ is built or constructed by Norman & Beard Ltd of London.


Saxlingham Nethergate, Saint Mary Church, NR15-1TD.

Saxlingham Nethergate, Saint Mary Church,
Saxlingham Nethergate, Saint Mary Church,
Saxlingham Nethergate, Saint Mary Church,
Saxlingham Nethergate, Saint Mary Church,
Saxlingham Nethergate, Saint Mary Church,
Saxlingham Nethergate, Saint Mary Church,
Saxlingham Nethergate, Saint Mary Church,
Saxlingham Nethergate, Saint Mary Church,
Saxlingham Nethergate, Saint Mary Church,