Stained Glass of All Saints' Church, Old Buckenham, Norfolk

Old Buckenham All Saints ChurchThis lovely little church is notable for having a 14th-century Decorated octagonal tower coupled with a thatched nave and chancel. Other significant features include:, a Norman doorway with carved mouldings, a 15th century octagonal font,a 14th century four-bay arcade with quatrefoil pillars and benchends carved with poppyheads and seated humans.

The majority of the stained glass dates from the 19th century and includes notable works by Chas E Kempe and J & J King

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