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Church of All Saints, Beeston Regis

Description: Church of All Saints

Grade: I
Date Listed: 4 October 1960
English Heritage Building ID: 223244

OS Grid Reference: TG1743643074
OS Grid Coordinates: 617436, 343074
Latitude/Longitude: 52.9410, 1.2345

Location: Church Close, Beeston Regis, Norfolk NR27 9QZ

Locality: Beeston Regis
Local Authority: North Norfolk District Council
County: Norfolk
Country: England
Postcode: NR27 9QZ

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Listing Text

TG 14 SE
2/6 Church of All Saints
- I
Parish church. Medieval. Flint with stone dressings. Lead and decorative
tile roofs. Tower, nave, north and south porches, north and south aisles,
chancel. Unbuttressed tower with flint quoins; 2-light C19 Decorated west
window with stilted hood mould. Single light cusped opening to west and south,
that to west blocked. Rectangular opening to north. Tower heightened; stone
quoins; 2-light cusped Y-tracery bell openings; gargoyles; flushwork parapet.
West windows to north and south aisles of 2 lights with panel tracery and
square heads under hood moulds. Nave of 3 bays with buttressed aisles with
diagonal buttresses. 2 2-light windows to south and 2 2-light windows to north
similar to aisle west windows. Re-faced north porch with blocked doorway and
restored window similar to those in the aisles in west face. Rood stair on
arched brick corbel. Clerestorey with 3 windows to north and south having 3
cusped lights, the mullions rising to the head of the arch; squared stone
voussoirs; knapped flint and galleted walling. East aisle windows of 3 lights
similar to those to west. Chancel with diagonal buttresses. Walls heightened.
To south one C19 Y-tracery window under stilted hood mould; one small window
with re-used stonework; one C19 3-light window with panel tracery; priest's
door with continuous hollow chamfer. To north 2-light square headed largely
C19 window. Restored 3-light Decorated east window. Buttressed south porch
to first nave bay, post-medieval brick dentils to eaves; archway with shafts,
polygonal abaci and bases; hollow chamfered arch; hollow to inner and outer
continuous order. Moulded hood mould. Knapped flint paving to porch; pointed
barrel vault. Nave doorway with continuous chamfer; hood mould. C14 nave
arcades, with polygonal shafts, abaci and bases; 2 chamfered orders to arch.
Arch-braced roof, the arches supported on timber shafts with polyongal abaci
and bases resting on stone corbels, those to the south crenellated. Arch-
braced roofs to the aisles with rose basses; the arches on stone corbels, some
with heads. Stoup beside south door. Piscina in south aisle. Re-used poppy-
head bench-ends in aisles. Rood stair in north aisle. C15 rood screen with
Apostles to the panels; vine-trail to middle rail. Crowned head corbels to
eastern arcade responds; queen to south, king to north. Rendered tower arch
with vase-like capitals; setback above, then an opening with wide splay;
rectangular opening over. Chancel arch with polygonal shafts, bases and abaci;
2 chamfered orders to arch. Ogee-headed piscina and sedilia with 2 detached
shafts under square headed hood mould. C17 communion rail. Brass in chancel
floor to John and Katherine Deynes, d.1527, with 2 figures c.lm high.

Listing NGR: TG1743643074

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Source: English Heritage

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