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All Saints, Alburgh, Norfolk
 

Ordnance Survey Grid Ref TM270872
Listed Grade I
Historic England Registration 1373533
Tower Yes
Post Code IP20 0DB
Machine Tag HCofGB:id=3790

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Official Website http://earshambenefice.org.uk/churches-alburgh.htm
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The church is built mainly in the Perpendicular style but the Chancel is 13th century with Early English windows while the East window is 19th century. The south porch was added in 1463. The tower has a stepped parapet and four pinnacles each braced with two flying buttresses. Another special historic feature is the 15th century painted screen. There is a 14th century chest in the chancel.

Further Reading

100 Norfolk Churches of Village and Countryside by Andrew Swift, published by Velox Books (ISBN 978-0-9575701-3-9)