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Waterden All Saint's Church.

Waterden All Saint's Church.


Waterden All Saint's Church is believed to be around 1000 years old. But its date is unknown, it is almost certainly Anglo-Saxon, in its time a storm saw it lose its south aisle, but that was 1895, a lot of damage was caused and the church under went lots of restoration. included in this was a new roof and bell cupola! The church was left to fall into disrepair, and was again restored in the early 1970s. The church is never locked, but remains a consecrated building and never made redundant. It is still available for baptisms, weddings and funerals. The nave is furnished with grained box pews and there are Commandment Boards on the chancel arch. The present roofs are apparently of 1895 and the nave and porch roofs were relaid in 1992. The chancel roof was repaired in 2006 and the pews and pew platform in 2012. Waterden All Saint's Church, near Walsingham, has west bell-cot, 1 bell, nave, chancel and north porch. The walls are mainly Early English with some later insertions. There are remains of the tower and south aisle, the arcading in the south wall being blocked up. Great damage was done to this church by the gale of March 1895.

Waterden All Saint's Church
Waterden All Saint's Church.
Waterden All Saint's Church.
Waterden All Saint's Church.
Waterden All Saint's Church.
Waterden All Saint's Church.
Waterden All Saint's Church.
Waterden All Saint's Church.
Waterden All Saint's Church.
Waterden All Saint's Church.
Waterden All Saint's Church.