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St Mary the Virgin, Bell Street

St Mary the Virgin, Bell Street, Feltwell, Norfolk IP26 4AL View on map

Grade I listed parish church dating from 1275 but mainly 15th century with 19th century additions. Fine timbered medieval hammerbeam roof enriched with carved angels and tracery. Tudor poppy head bench ends and flamboyant sedilia. Stained glass in chancel windows by Didron of Paris 1860. Wall monuments to Francis Moundeford d.1590 and Osbertus Moundeford d.1580.

Contact

Opening Arrangements

Open daily 9am to 6pm

Directions

In south west Norfolk within easy reach of the A11 and A10. Church is at the junction of St Mary's Street and Bell Street. Rail: Brandon (6 miles), Thetford (10 miles), Downham Market (10 miles).

Parking Spaces

0

Roadside parking

Disabled Access

  • Wheelchair access: Partial
  • Disabled Toilets: No
  • Assistance dogs: Yes

WC

No