South Raynham St Martin Norfolk Stained Glass

This flint and brick church dates mostly to the 13th to 15th centuries. It comprises a west tower, nave, chancel and south porch. It has undergone later restoration and rebuilding, particularly in 1861 when the south porch was entirely redone. Inside there is a late Norman altar stone and a massive 14th century plain octagonal font.

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East window highly pictorial gothic scenes
Chancel south window Antingham St Mary
plan of church
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