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Tatterford Saint Margaret's Church,
Tatterford Saint Margaret's Church.


Tatterford Saint Margaret's Church, A Victorian style church designed in 1862 by W. Lightly, on the site of an old church. Early English of nave and chancel only, the church has a beautiful round font with lead innards, the church has at the moment no pulpits. One used for public sermons is damaged and sits on the vestry ceiling space, this was highly decorated and well worth repairing. The church is one of only a few churches in Norfolk to have a crucifixion of Jesus as a sign outside on its wall. The access to the church is at the side and contains a disability ramp to wheelchair access. The East windows incorporates three lancet windows, the alter is modern in design, and has a beautifully made reredos, including painted scenes from the crucifixion. the West window, (last image) is an unusual design. The church has a lot of information on Papua New Guinea, the former Rector had a close relationship with the country, he has three sons in the clergy, his son David is the Archbishop of the country. near Fakenham,Tatterford Saint Margaret's Church, has a square west tower, 1 bell, nave, chancel and south porch. This church was rebuilt in 1862, in a copy of the Early English style. There are some Purbeck Marble columns on the inside of the three lancet windows. Modern internal fittings are good.

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Tattersford Saint Margaret's Church.
Tattersford Saint Margaret's Church.
Tattersford Saint Margaret's Church.
Tattersford Saint Margaret's Church.
Tattersford Saint Margaret's Church.
Tattersford Saint Margaret's Church.
Tattersford Saint Margaret's Church.
Tattersford Saint Margaret's Church.
Tattersford Saint Margaret's Church.
Tattersford Saint Margaret's Church.
Tattersford Saint Margaret's Church.
Tattersford Saint Margaret's Church.
Tattersford Saint Margaret's Church.
Tattersford Saint Margaret's Church.
Tattersford Saint Margaret's Church.
Tattersford Saint Margaret's Church.