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Church of All Saints, Mundesley

Description: Church of All Saints

Grade: II
Date Listed: 4 October 1960
English Heritage Building ID: 224672

OS Grid Reference: TG3106136947
OS Grid Coordinates: 631061, 336947
Latitude/Longitude: 52.8803, 1.4325

Locality: Mundesley
Local Authority: North Norfolk District Council
County: Norfolk
Country: England
Postcode: NR11 8FE

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Listing Text


12/10 Church of All Saints

- II

Parish church. Medieval, rebuilt 1904. Flint with stone and brick
dressings. Tile roof. Nave with western extension, south porch, chancel.
Single bay C19 extension to nave with gault brick dressings to diagonal
buttresses. Western doorway with stone surround. Above this a single
light window. C20 vestry to north, single storey. Buttressed nave of
4 bays with diagonal buttresses; Medieval walling. One restored Y-tracery
window;2 C19 windows with 2 cusped lights. North nave has doorway with
continuous moulding a chamfer merging to arch with hollows and rolls. Hood
mould. Beside this a C12 lancet light almost blocked by a buttress. 2
C19 2-light windows. Early C20 chancel of 3 bays with 3 2-light windows
to south. East window of 3 lights. No openings to north. Buttressed
Medieval porch to first nave bay with single cusped light to east and west.
Eaves raised. Doorway with octagonal shafts and abaci and chamfered arch,
now partly blocked and with a C20 door. Niche over with cusped moulded
brick head. Interior. Cusped stoup beside south door. A ramped western
gallery. Large splay to lancet light of north nave. Piscina in south
nave wall. West wall of nave in red brick revealed by fallen plaster.
Chancel arch with restored polygonal abaci; weathered shafts. In the
chancel a plaque recording the rebuilding of the chancel by 1914 after
100 years of ruination. Rood screen and stair of restoration. Jacobean
pulpit with tester from Sprowston, Norwich. C14 octagonal font.

Listing NGR: TG3106136947

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Source: English Heritage

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