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Parish Church of All Saints, Horstead with Stanninghall

Description: Parish Church of All Saints

Grade: II*
Date Listed: 10 May 1961
English Heritage Building ID: 228190

OS Grid Reference: TG2628519915
OS Grid Coordinates: 626285, 319915
Latitude/Longitude: 52.7295, 1.3499

Location: Church Close, Horstead, Norfolk NR12 7GL

Locality: Horstead with Stanninghall
Local Authority: Broadland District Council
County: Norfolk
Country: England
Postcode: NR12 7GL

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Listing Text


8/57 Parish Church of All
10.5.61 Saints. (Formerly listed
as Church of All Saints.)

G.V. II*

Parish church, early C14, restored by R.M. Phipson in 1879. Flint with stone
dressings, lead and plain tile roofs. West tower, nave, south aisle, south
porch, chancel and south choir chapel. West tower with base course, diagonal
stepped buttresses and stair turret. West window, 1-light with transom above
a cusped niche. Sound hole and 2-light belfry opening with reticulated tracery
and parapet above. 3 bay nave with C19 2-light windows in north wall. 4 bay
south aisle with early C14 doorway with hood mould decorated with fleurons
and carved heads for label stops. 3 C19 2-light windows. Perpendicular doorway
to south porch with attached shafts. 2-light windows to north and south, with
rectangular heads with hood moulds. Parapet and flush work base course. 2-
light C19 window in north chancel wall. 4-light C19 east window. Re-located
priest's door in C19 south choir aisle wall with keel mouldings. C19 4-light
east window. Parapet gables with carved stone kneelers. Interior mainly C19.
South door, early C14, with intersecting tracery. Piscina to its left. C19
4 bay arcase piscina in chancel. South aisle, east window, Morris glass,
designed by Burne-Jones. Monument to George Warren, died 1728 by James Barrett.
Corinthian column in front of a black obelisk. Octagonal font bowl, possibly
C13 on 5 columns. Some medieval bench ends with poppyheads in nave and chancel.

Listing NGR: TG2628519915

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Source: English Heritage

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