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Wreningham, All Saints Church, NR16-1BH.
Wreningham All Saints Church.


Wreningham All Saints church is readily available on the side of a busy road, its tall slender unbuttressed 13th century tower lower and 1852 above standing proudly in a very old graveyard.The tower was mostly restored in that year, Pevsner states there was ivy on the outside, there was none today. Some information was taken from the church leaflet compiled by Kerri Dobson in 200, and whom Ms C Minns, revised it from! Wreningham All Saints Church, has a tower which is from the 13th century, a chancel was built in the 1300s. The nave in the 14th century and years later a font was added, this in the 15th century. In 1406 Nelonde Saint Peter and Wreningham Saint Mary united with Wreningham and in 1540 Nelonde Saint Peter was demolished. In 1508 a project to purchase church bells started and in 1552 they had 4 bells in the tower. Not a lot is known about these bells, but in the 1700s, they were recast. there is a connection with the church to Zimbabwe when one James Hay Upcher was ordained and became Rector of Sculthorpe. He was Rector there until 1892 when he decided to become Missionary and go to Africa.As mentioned, the font was of a 15th century construction, it is simple in design, and is octagonal in its shape. It contains a circular bowl. There is a beautiful Victorian pulpit, with Jacobean style carving. 


Wreningham All Saints church, Postcode:
Wreningham, All Saints Church, NR16-1BH.
Wreningham, All Saints Church, NR16-1BH.
Wreningham, All Saints Church, NR16-1BH.
Wreningham, All Saints Church, NR16-1BH.
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Wreningham, All Saints Church, NR16-1BH.
Wreningham, All Saints Church, NR16-1BH.
Wreningham, All Saints Church, NR16-1BH.
Wreningham, All Saints Church, NR16-1BH.
Wreningham, All Saints Church, NR16-1BH.
Wreningham, All Saints Church, NR16-1BH.
Wreningham, All Saints Church, NR16-1BH.
Wreningham, All Saints Church, NR16-1BH.