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Thornage, All Saints Church,
Thornage, All Saints Church, NR25-7QH.


Thornage, All Saints Church, from King's Lynn to Holt in Norfolk, Thornage All Saints is found on the right hand side, it is a small village, it has a large gate leading to a small cemetery, and walking through that one comes across a beautiful little parish church. The back of the main door contains a very old lock, the church itself as (Mortlock and Roberts put it was brutally restored twice at the turn of the century, the interior being bleak). The church contains Wyverns,  as with the first image, lots of Wyverns, both plastered onto glass, stone and even the Village Sign. There is mention too of a "Pulpit Fall" , this a cloth, beautifully embroided and was found in a suitcase in the vestry, It was much to fragile to use as a pulpit fall and three ladies, (Judith Coates, Mary Duncan and Janet Hammond funded the Restoration) The restoration was done by The Broderes Guild at Norwich Cathedral. It was framed by "Fine Lines Frames of Melton Constable, it is estimated about being made about 100 years ago, maker unknown, possibly someone in the village or at Ditchingham Convent where they had an Embroidery School. and a font that has seen better days. On the wall is a inscription dating 1590 linking both Heigham and Barow in Suffolk, of Knight Sir Clement. Thornage, All Saints Church, west tower, north porch, nave and chancel. This is an old church with Norman windows on north, but modern roofs and fittings. 14th century arcade shows in south walls, dropped window sill sedilia and 14th century angle picina and old iron-bound poor man's box.


Thornage, All Saints Church, Postcode, NR25-7QH.
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