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Topcroft Saint Margaret Church NR35 2BH
Topcroft Saint Margaret Church NR35 2BH


Topcroft Saint Margaret Church, west tower, south porch, nave and chancel. Round tower, 15th century font, 14th century arcade, no clerestory, but a Arms of George I. Near Bungay,
Messent and Topcroft Saint Margaret Church, with its west tower, round at the base and octagonal for three quarters, 3 bells, nave with south aisle but no clerestory, chancel and south porch. The base of the tower is Norman with a Perpendicular window inserted. The middle two storeys are Early English, and the top storey Perpendicular. The rest of the church is a mixture of Decorated and Perpendicular, partly rebuilt in 1712 and again much renovated in 1861 and 1877. There are memorials to Smyth, Cooke, Frost and Wilton Families, Cautley. There is a brass plaque for Albert William Clarke, rector of this church given by his wife to act as a reminder that electric was fitted by her. Much repaired, and hence mostly octagonal, Pevsners words for this churches round tower.


Topcroft Saint Margaret Church NR35 2BH
Topcroft Saint Margaret Church NR35 2BH
Topcroft Saint Margaret Church NR35 2BH
Topcroft Saint Margaret Church NR35 2BH
Topcroft Saint Margaret Church NR35 2BH
Topcroft Saint Margaret Church NR35 2BH
Topcroft Saint Margaret Church NR35 2BH
Topcroft Saint Margaret Church NR35 2BH
Topcroft Saint Margaret Church NR35 2BH
Topcroft Saint Margaret Church NR35 2BH