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Weasenham Saint Peter Church.
Weasenham Saint Peter Church.


Weasenham Saint Peters church, a small beside the road on a hill, hard access to get both in and out, by adequate parking when there, disabled friendly, this was being repaired when I called and could not get inside. Unbuttressed, Early English west tower. Low tower arch with embattled capitals which must be later. Decorated south aisle, west window. Perpendicular the remarkably ornate north side with flushwork decoration, large nave windows with a pointed quatrefoil frieze below the sills and embattled transoms. Flushwork also on the north porch. The south side is simpler. The south arcade is, in contrast to the first external impact, oddly starved. Thin piers with polygonal projections, the broad ones to nave and aisle without capitals. The chancel is probably all 19th century. Font, Perpendicular with quatrefoil and the date 1607 carved in later. Stained Glass, On the north side, in the tracery of the middle window, complete little figures, east window signed by W. Warrington. 1857 crudely. Weasenham Saint Peters church, square west tower, 1 bell, nave with south aisle, chancel and north porch. The chancel is early Decorated and the rest Perpendicular. Much restoration and renovation took place in 1870 at the expense of the Campbell family. The late Tudor font bears the date 1607.

Weasenham Saint Peters church, Postcode:
Weasenham Saint Peter Church.
Weasenham Saint Peter Church.
Weasenham Saint Peter Church.
Weasenham Saint Peter Church.
Weasenham Saint Peter Church.
Weasenham Saint Peter Church.
Weasenham Saint Peter Church.
Weasenham Saint Peter Church.
Weasenham Saint Peter Church.