Stained Glass of St Lawrance Castle Rising Church Norfolk

This is an excellent example of a Norman church. The building is basically Norman throughout, although it seems to have been constructed at two periods. It consisted of a nave, central tower and chancel. There was important remodelling of the church in the 13th century in Early English style, including the ornate east window in the chancel that still survives. There was also restoration of the church in the 19th century.

For detailed church information visit:
link to norolk heritage site
plan of church
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