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King's Lynn and West Norfolk (District Authority)
East Walton
National Grid Reference:
TF 74267 16112


EAST WALTON - TF 71 NW 6/6 Church of St. Mary 15-8-60 I Parish church. C12 and C15. Mainly flint with some carstone, limestone and brick; stone dressings; concrete pantile roof. Round west tower, nave, chancel, south porch. C12 tower of uncoursed small flints with variety of other materials, rendered embattled parapet having string course with gargoyles. West window a small lancet; semi-circular headed window above part blocked; bell opening of 2 uncusped pointed lights under a 4-centred arch with hoodmould. North and south nave alike: carstone at base, string course with broken flint above, diagonal buttress to west, 3 plain buttresses. 3 Perpendicular openings of 3 ogee headed lights, tracery of two mouchettes above outer lights, super transom and mullion above central light; opposing doorways with continuous moulding and hood mould. South porch of broken flint with diagonal buttresses, round shafts with polygonal imposts, moulded arch above with continuous outer moulding; stone benches, returns with 2-light openings with panel tracery, that to east lost; remains of arch to stoup recess to right. Chancel with green slate roof, gable parapet and cross, rendered flint walls, 5-light Perpendicular east window with stepped lights under 4-centred arch; south chancel with basket headed priest's door renewed; two Perpendicular openings of 2 and 3-lights. North chancel with one 2-light Perpendicular opening. Interior: Nave roof ceiled, 9 stone corbels in form of heads for wall posts of earlier roof. Tall chancel arch part blocked, polygonal jambs, arch to east and west with moulding of deeply carved foliage; C18 chancel arch in wood with semi-circular head and reeded jambs. Chancel: renewed crown post roof; rear arches of east and south windows with moulded heads, that to east having figure and foliage stops; dropped rear arch to south window; recess with shelf; triangular stone pediment over priest's door with Tudor rose in hexafoil, traceried spandrels. 4 C18 Tournai marble heraldic ledger slabs to "The Honble. Wm. Lord Richardson Barond of Cramond in North Brittain" 1719, and family. C18 nave fittings: 3 decker pulpit in pine with L hinges and decorative panel headings, 5 contemporary panelled box pews, leaded crown glass glazing, pre 1801. Hanoverian canvas achievement on west wall. Octagonal C14 font having splayed faces with quatrefoils. Large tortoise stove.

Listing NGR: TF7426716112


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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: 01 Aug 2001
Reference: IOE01/04706/15
Rights: Copyright IoE Mr Alan Francis Polaine. Source Historic England Archive
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