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Twyford Saint Nicholas Church.
Twyford Saint Nicholas Church.


Twyford Saint Nicholas Church, near Foulsham, Twyford meaning: Double Ford. old English twegen (two) + ford Either, one on a river that has two arms, or perhaps a place where there were two fords side by side on the same river. Twyford with its square south tower, this unusual, the tower is usually west. South nave and chancel, the base of tower forming its porch, the top with bell cupola on the south side, it has one bell. The west wall of nave is of early masonry and the chancel, have a roof that is continuous over them and has a Norman slit in it. Modern roofs and fittings and a plain 13th century Norman font. The style is mainly early English with pairs of lancet windows. The tower is late Tudor, built of brickwork, and this before mentioned cupola, Georgian. There is preserved in this church a very ancient stone slab with foliated crosses. Twyford Saint Nicholas Church, with bell cupola on the south side, the base of which forms the porch, 1 bell, nave and chancel continuous under the same roof. The style is mainly early English with pairs of lancet windows. The tower is late Tudor, built of brickwork, and the cupola is Georgian. The font is late Norman. There is preserved in this church a very ancient stone slab with foliated crosses.

Twyford Saint Nicholas Church, Postcode: 
Twyford Saint Nicholas Church.
Twyford Saint Nicholas Church.
Twyford Saint Nicholas Church.
Twyford Saint Nicholas Church.
Twyford Saint Nicholas Church.
Twyford Saint Nicholas Church.
Twyford Saint Nicholas Church.
Twyford Saint Nicholas Church.
Twyford Saint Nicholas Church.