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Threxton All Saints Church,

Threxton, All Saints Church, IP25-6LU.


Threxton All Saints Church, Pevsner stated, Evidence of a Saxon nave of 21'width was found at the restoration of 1865. Norman round tower, the outer a porch entrance of early 13th century with round arch and two continuous chamfers. Up to 1865 it was the south doorway, Fine north arcade of the 13th century too. One octagonal and two round pier, the latter with round abaci. Octagonal font, some original stained glass. Pulpit and Reader desk. Threxton All Saints Church, near Watton, round west tower with octagonal top, 1 bell, nave with north aisle, chancel and south porch. The base of the tower is Norman and 13th century at the top. The rest of the church is mainly in the Decorated style. Much renovation took place in 1865. There is a Jacobean pulpit and reading desk dating from 1613. There is a fine open timber roof to the nave. there is some ancient stained glass in some of the windows.


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Threxton All Saints Church,
Threxton All Saints Church,
Threxton All Saints Church,
Threxton All Saints Church,
Threxton All Saints Church,
Threxton All Saints Church,
Threxton All Saints Church,
Threxton All Saints Church,
Threxton All Saints Church,