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Yelverton Saint Mary Church NR14 7PB
Yelverton Saint Mary Church NR14 7PB


Yelverton Saint Mary Church, What a beautiful looking oddity of a building, its just undergone restoration work with help from the National Lottery Fund. Several looks of brickwork and ages see you walking into a south porch with beautiful glass windows. One called Fire, complete with "Bull" as it incorporated the year dominated by the "Foot and Mouth Disease" that had ravaged the country. On the other side is the opposite, a window designed by the same artist, Pippa Brackall. This time "Water" It incorporates glass left from an act of vandalism, the original glass by Yarrington. Yelverton Saint Mary Church, near Norwich, has a square west tower, 3 bells, nave with south aisle, chancel and south porch. The Lottery fund paid for a new toilet positioned to the base of the tower. For safety sake, this is kept locked. This church is mainly in the Decorated style, with some later insertions. The base of the ancient rood screen remains. The carved font is partly Norman. There are memorials to the Playter, Nichols, Day, Bawtree, Crabtree and other families. There is also a marble monument to H. Rant, Esq., died 1661. There are some fragments of ancient stained glass in some of the windows. (As mentioned) Square west tower, 3 bells, nave with south aisle, chancel and south porch. This church is mainly in the Decorated style, with some later insertions. The base of the ancient rood screen remains. The carved font is partly Norman. There are memorials to the Playter, Nichols, Day, Bawtree, Crabtree and other families. There is also a marble monument to H. Rant Esq., died 1661. There is a Stuart chest and table.


Yelverton Saint Mary Church NR14 7PB
Yelverton Saint Mary Church NR14 7PB
Yelverton Saint Mary Church NR14 7PB