Stained Glass of Snetterton All Saints Church Norfolk

This church stood derelict until 1982 when it was restored by a monk who converted it into a monastic residence. The plain battlemented west tower dates to the 14th century and the chancel is in the Early English style. The nave dates to the Decorated period but has had one wall replaced in brick. The small west door has a very pointed tower arch whereas the north door and porch are much simpler affairs. Few of the internal furnishings remain, as the screen, organ, paten and chalice are gone, with only the 19th century font left

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