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Church of St. Andrew, Field Dalling

Description: Church of St. Andrew

Grade: I
Date Listed: 6 March 1959
English Heritage Building ID: 224733

OS Grid Reference: TG0062439015
OS Grid Coordinates: 600624, 339015
Latitude/Longitude: 52.9111, 0.9822

Location: Langham Road, Field Dalling, Norfolk NR25 7LG

Locality: Field Dalling
Local Authority: North Norfolk District Council
County: Norfolk
Country: England
Postcode: NR25 7LG

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There is also a scheduled monument, Cross in St Andrew's Churchyard, at the same location as this building or very close to it. This may be related in some way or possibly a different name for the same structure.

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Listing Text

(west side)

4/1 Church of St.Andrew
_ I

Parish church. Medieval. Flint with stone dressings. Lead roofs, pantiles
to porch. West tower, nave, north aisle, south porch, chancel. Embattled
tower of 2 stages with diagonal buttresses. West window of 3 lights, the
centre light with ogee head; panel tracery; hood mould. Single cusped lights
to ringing chamber. Bell-openings with 2 ogee-headed lights; continuous sill
band; hood mould. Buttressed nave of 4 bays. 3 restored 4-light windows
with panel tracery to south. Rood stair. To north a doorway with continuous
hollow chamfer and hood mould; 3 3-light windows with panel tracery under
4-centred arches; hood moulds. Restored west window to aisle of 3 lights
with embattled transom. East wall of aisle rebuilt in brick and flint
probably in C18. Clerestorey with 3 windows, the centre one blocked, having
2 cusped lights. Buttressed chancel of 2 bays, the south wall of galleted
flint. One 3-light window with cusped reticulated tracery. Priests door
with continuous hollow chamfer hood mould. One window with 2 ogee lights
under stilted round arch; stilted hood mould. North chancel with one large
blocked opening, the shafts with polygonal capitals visible. One 2-light
window with cusped reticulated tracery; hood mould with figure stops. Blocked
doorway with 4-centred brick arch. East window of 3 lights with cusped
reticulated tracery, restored; hood mould with figure stops. Heavily restored
porch to first nave bay; small cusped lights to east and west. C19/C20 brick
eaves dentils, kneelers and to gable. Continuous hollow chamfer to archway;
probably C19 inner arch on corbels with shields. 6 orders to continuously
moulded nave doorway with hollow in middle; moulded hood. Restored medieval
door. Interior. 4 bay nave arcade with cruciform piers; the east and west
shafts rising to carry inner order; polygonal capitals; broad hollow to north
and south shafts which rise and divide to form outer order. Rere-arch to
west window with castellated impost; hood mould. Arch-braced nave roof with
brattished wall plate; brattished purlins, bosses. Arch-braced aisle roof
with tracery in the spandrels; restored. Supported on corbels with shields,
possibly C19. Doorway to rood stair with 4-centred arch. Tower arch with
polygonal shafts, not central to nave. Chancel arch with shafts having
polygonal capitals; 2 continuous outer orders. Chancel. Shafts to former
north chapel visible. Hammerbeam roof with castellated wall plate.
Ogee-headed piscina. C19 fittings to chancel. Many medieval benches with
poppy-head ends with backs added in nave. Box-pews in north aisle. Restored
octagonal font with octagonal base; shields to bowl.

Listing NGR: TG0062439015

This text is a legacy record and has not been updated since the building was originally listed. Details of the building may have changed in the intervening time. You should not rely on this listing as an accurate description of the building.

Source: English Heritage

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