exterior view of North Runcton All Saints Church

All Saints North Runcton Norfolk Stained Glass

This church is a rare example of a Georgian church, built in 1713 after the collapse of the old church tower in 1701 destroyed much of the building. It was built by local architect Henry Bell and consists of a west tower, nave, chancel, south organ chamber and north and south vestries. Most of the fabric is brick and carstone but earlier Norman (and possibly Anglo Saxon) materials have been incorporated. Like many churches it has been subject to late 19th century alterations. Interesting feature inside this church include a beautiful 18th century polished marble font brought in 1907 from St Margaret's in King's Lynn and fine tablets dedicated to wealthy local families. The 18th century church stands on the site of its medieval predecessor.

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