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 Tivetshall Saint Mary Church Ruin
Tivetshall Saint Mary Church Ruin

Tivetshall Saint Mary Church, near Long Stratton, square west tower, 4 bells, nave, chancel and south porch. The walls are mainly 13th century with some later insertions in the form of windows. There is  ancient stained glass in some of the windows, the chancel retains an ancient piscina. Tivetshall Saint Mary Church, west tower, south porch, nave and chancel. The 14th century plain tower has recently fallen into the nave and the church was not in use at my visit. It is extraordinarily plain building and the only things of interest are a plain Stuart table and the Arms of George IV. These were written by both Messent and than Cautley, since then the church is completely derelic, and all that stands are walls and an east window. The site has been made safe and according to the visitors book on the porch wall, lots of people still visit this site.

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 Tivetshall Saint Mary Church Ruin
 Tivetshall Saint Mary Church Ruin