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Church of St Lawrence, Ingworth

Description: Church of St Lawrence

Grade: II*
Date Listed: 4 October 1960
English Heritage Building ID: 224511

OS Grid Reference: TG1927429633
OS Grid Coordinates: 619274, 329633
Latitude/Longitude: 52.8196, 1.2528

Location: Banningham Road, Ingworth, Norfolk NR11 6PD

Locality: Ingworth
Local Authority: North Norfolk District Council
County: Norfolk
Country: England
Postcode: NR11 6PD

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Listing Text


8/64 Church of St.
4:10:60 Lawrence


Parish church. Medieval. Flint and some iron-bound conglomerate, brick
and stone dressings. Thatched roof. West vestry, nave, chancel. Remains
of western round tower now a vestry. C19 stone belfry; remains of tower
stair having conglomerate quoins to north west and south west corners. 3
bay nave now widened to south; diagonal buttresses, buttressed to south.
2 3-light windows with alternate stone and flint voussoirs over and panel
tracery restored in C19 to south; to north blocked doorway perhaps of re-used
stone; square headed 2-light C19 window. Chancel has lancet to south of
C13 with evidence of earlier openings; 2 light C19 window; to north 2
lancets. East window of 3 lights with intersecting tracery. Buttressed
south porch to first nave bay; blocked windows to east and west; porch
doorway with continuous chamfer, corbels inside arch supporting fillet and
roll moulding; hood mould over; niche above 2 light cusped window with
quatrefoils over under square hood mould. Stepped gable in C16 brick with
re-used stone head at apex. Nave doorway has thin shafts. Medieval door
with restored stoop beside. Interior. C19 roofs. Cll/12 tower arch with
stone imposts; large pointed niche beside. Simple chancel arch with impost
moulding. Box pews, ramped at back of north side. Medieval screen with
C18 upper parts; C18 communion rail. Carved arms of William and Mary on
west wall. Octagonal font; quatrefoils in panels on base; cusped blank
panels to bowl. Coffin slab with cross at west end. Pulpit made out of
C17 pieces.

Listing NGR: TG1927429633

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Source: English Heritage

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