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West Barsham, Saint Mary & All Saints Church
West Barsham, Saint Mary & All Saints Church.


The church was locked and that day I had not enough time to go and get a key from the key holder's site. Also being a weekend, I was not sure if it was available. What others have said about this church, a beautiful church from the outside I will add, is this: near Walsingham, with western bell turret, nave and chancel, south entrance porch. Mainly 14th century with portions of Saxon and Norman work incorporated into the walls. Several ancient memorials, including one to the Gournay family. There is heraldic glass and Decorated tracery in the windows. Cautley wrote: this church The Assumption of the Virgin, though in perfect order, is not now used and is bare of fittings. It has modern roofs, and an early 13th century doorway that is somewhat similar to that of Little Snoring. There are two double splayed circular pre-Conquest windows in the north wall and fragments of 15th century glass.
West Barsham, Saint Mary & All Saints Church
West Barsham, Saint Mary & All Saints Church
West Barsham, Saint Mary & All Saints Church
West Barsham, Saint Mary & All Saints Church
West Barsham, Saint Mary & All Saints Church
West Barsham, Saint Mary & All Saints Church