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Tunstead, Saint Mary's church,

Tunstead, Saint Mary's church,


Tunstead, Saint Mary's church, Norfolk has a Poor Box, well the people that gave as donors to this church weren't short of money, considering that most of the church was built before 1349 when a plaque hit the country. This church has the comfort of having some delightful pieces. From its screen, Font, Fantastic Iron worked door handle and adornment, it's Pews. four grave slabs from Sco Ruston Church now lie in the north aisle, it is interesting to see how heavy they are, being 6" thick, try .to imagine those black marble stones being transported by sailing ship from Belgium in the 17th century, there has been a lot of re-work done to this church, with more conservation work still needed. Tunstead, Saint Mary's church, near Wroxham, square west tower, 8 bells, nave, aisles, chancel and south porch. Entirely of late 14th century and 15th century work, built by Flemish weavers living in the district. A fine 15th century rood screen with sixteen painted panels of Saints and Apostles in its lower storey. the rood loft still remains. Over the altar is a platform 30 feet by 5 feet, said to have been used for the reservation and exposition of the Blessed Sacrament. Beautiful wrought-iron scroll work and handle on south door.


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Tunstead, Saint Mary's church,
Tunstead, Saint Mary's church,
Tunstead, Saint Mary's church,
Tunstead, Saint Mary's church,
Tunstead, Saint Mary's church,
Tunstead, Saint Mary's church,
Tunstead, Saint Mary's church,
Tunstead, Saint Mary's church,
Tunstead, Saint Mary's church,