Dunston St Remigius Norfolk Stained Glass

St Remigius' church is a small building with a chancel and north doorway, from which the church is entered, in the Early English style. The west tower is in the Decorated style, although it was almost completely rebuilt in 1898. The nave, in the Decorated style, was also restored, when the east window was given an attractive inner screen of tracery in alabaster. Inside, there is a delightful 15th century rood screen, as well as fragments of early stained glass dating to around 1300, reset in 1873.

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