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Thrigby Saint Mary Church





Thrigby Saint Mary Church, west tower, south porch, nave and chancel. This church was locked on my calling day, masonary had been falling and the was a sign to keep out. I had checked at the Thrigby Wildlife Park and was given permission to enter the church yard, but stay away from the building. The tower has small sound holes and an oven inside. The porch is modern, but a good 14th century doorway with engaged shaft and carved caps, and the hood mould has paterae and good head stops. The roofs are modern, so too are the fitting inside, The font is a plain 15th century one and there are Arms to George III. The church has 1 bell, there was much renovation that took place around 1896, and several of the windows were renewed, the church is mainly Perpendicular, the font is of much interest, near Acle.

Thrigby Saint Mary Church