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Weybourne, All Saints, Church.
Weybourne, All Saints, Church.



Set in the middle of a village and one of the few churches known as The Weybourne Group of Parishes on the North Norfolk Coast. Weybourne All Saints Church, are with the remains of a priory and today only its ruins remain, there are a Late-Saxon tower and impressive portion of a 13th century Augustinian Priory. There is a copy of the Priory seal displayed in the north aisle. The church itself benefits from fine 18th century headstones, a Jacobean pulpit, 15th century poppy-heads at the west end. The church is of the 13th/14th centuries and incorporates a "Wayfarer's Chapel, above the porch, this small room often turned into a school for children" and dated around 1500. West tower, south porch, nave, north aisle, and chancel, the porch formerly had a parvise. In the nave is a 13th door with dog-tooth moulding. Modern roofs and fittings. Stuart table and pulpit and pillar piscina in the chancel. Immediately east of the chancel may be seen the Saxon tower of the old priory.
Weybourne, All Saints, Church.
Weybourne, All Saints, Church.
Weybourne, All Saints, Church.
Weybourne, All Saints, Church.
Weybourne, All Saints, Church.
Weybourne, All Saints, Church.
Weybourne, All Saints, Church.
Weybourne, All Saints, Church.
Weybourne, All Saints, Church.