St Andrew, Church Road
St Andrew, Church Road, Holme Hale, Norfolk IP25 7DR
Parish church dated to 13th century. The west tower of 4 stages plus parapets, clasped by paired right-angle buttresses up to belfry level, is indeed grand and dates from a rebuild in the mid-15th Century. It is in line with nave and chancel, with an aisle and porch on the north side but no aisle on the south side. The nave features a 4-bay arcade of the early 14th Century and an arch-braced roof set above single hammer-beams which carry angels. All other roofs date from the 19th Century. But there survives hidden evidence of the earlier building: a round-headed arch over an upper doorway in the west nave wall visible from inside the tower.
Please look at the place of worship’s website for opening times or contact them directly.