Stained Glass of Chedgrave All Saints Church Norfolk

The church was built and extended over many years it thus incorporates: a magnificent Norman doorway and tower, a Georgian north aisle, a 19th century (1819) renovation and a 1990s extension!
Although it has few windows the 16th/ 17th century continental glass contained in the east window is particularly attractive and is believed to have originally been made for Rouen Cathedral.

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plan of church
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