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North Norfolk (District Authority)
National Grid Reference:
TG 09357 34200


EDGEFIELD TG 03 SE 6/11 Church of St Peter and St Paul GV II*

Parish church, 1883-4 by J.D. Sedding incorporating much fabric and fittings of earlier church 900m. to north-west (qv 6/10). Flint and iron conglomerate with stone dressings, slate roof, lead roof to aisles and porch. Nave and chancel in one, north and south aisles, north porch, north-east tower, south- east vestry. East walls of flint with brick courses; 7-light window of 1884. Courses of flint and stone chequerwork to clerestorey and aisle walls. 1884 clerestory windows of 2 lights with panel tracery, 5 to south, 4 to north. C14 west window of 4 lights with reticulated tracery beneath hood mould, (the east window of the former church). The aisle windows incorporate mullions and tracery from former church: north chapel, 3-light Perpendicular window with ogee headed lights; north aisle two 3-light windows with simple panel tracery and no hood mould; south aisle, three 3-light windows (probably cut down) under low segmental arches. North porch: moulded 2-centre arch with side shafts, two 2-light cuspheaded windows with hollow chamfered mullions under flat arches with square hood moulds, all from former church. C19 doorway. C20 north-east tower: unbuttressed in 3 stages; embattled parapet; uncoursed iron stained flint; small north doorway with medieval hood mould having figure stops; partially projecting turret to 1st stage north side. 2-light bell openings. Clock on north side across opening. Interior: nave of 3 bays with original C15 arcades from old church, octagonal piers to north, quatrefoil piers to south, all under chamfered arches. 2 bay chancel of 1884 with continuous blank arches to south, one blank to north; clerestorey windows. C17/18 square floor tiles. C13 octagonal font bowl in Purbeck marble with blank arcading; colonaded stem and steps of 1884. C15 chancel screen, with painted panel tracery, panels renewed; fragments of screen under tower and in north chapel. Part of painted chantry parclose screen to south aisle, 1526; no tracery; panels depict donors; defaced inscription "(orate pro anima) Willim : C... Harstong: uxoris : eius : anno : dni : MCCCCC : xxiiiiii". South aisle piscina from old church with multicusped Decorated head. Trefoil headed piscina in chancel formerly water stoup by nave door of old church. Drawings of old church displayed in church.

Listing NGR: TG0935734200


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This building is listed under the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990 as amended for its special architectural or historic interest.

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Date: 30 Jun 2001
Reference: IOE01/06412/13
Rights: Copyright IoE Mrs Diane Randell. Source Historic England Archive
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