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Church of St Gervase and Protase, Great and Little Plumstead

Description: Church of St Gervase and Protase

Grade: II*
Date Listed: 25 September 1962
English Heritage Building ID: 228482

OS Grid Reference: TG3074110859
OS Grid Coordinates: 630741, 310859
Latitude/Longitude: 52.6464, 1.4094

Locality: Great and Little Plumstead
Local Authority: Broadland District Council
County: Norfolk
Country: England
Postcode: NR13 5FB

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Listing Text


(Little Plumstead)
Church of St. Gervase
and Protase, Little


Parish Church, medieval and later. Flint with brick and stone dressings and
plain tile roof. West tower, nave, south porch and chancel. 2 stage round
tower belonging to the Saxo-Norman overlap. The top stage narrower and
probably later. Circular squint on western segment with single lancet above.
C19 single light belfry openings and battlemented parapet. Nave 3 bays with
2 Perpendicular 3 light windows each side of nave, with blocked C13 arch on
north to west, and semi-circular arched opening with billet moulding, and
C18 raised and fielded 6 panel door to south. Late medieval brick porch with
double chamfered entrance and 2 light windows to east and west. Single bay
chancel with C18 brickwork on north side and 3 light C19 Perpendicular windows
to south and east. Interior mainly C19. Relocated military brass for Sir
Edward Warner, died 1565. Monument to Thomas Pentice and Mrs Pentice, died
1829 by W. Hardy. Glass fragments of various dates and sources in the south
chancel window.

Listing NGR: TG3074110859

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Source: English Heritage

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