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Church of St. Andrew

A Grade I Listed Building in Field Dalling, Norfolk

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Latitude: 52.9111 / 52°54'39"N

Longitude: 0.9822 / 0°58'55"E

OS Eastings: 600624

OS Northings: 339015

OS Grid: TG006390

Mapcode National: GBR S7W.H4Y

Mapcode Global: WHLR0.13Z3

Plus Code: 9F42WX6J+CV

Entry Name: Church of St. Andrew

Listing Date: 6 March 1959

Grade: I

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1049788

English Heritage Legacy ID: 224733

Location: Field Dalling, North Norfolk, Norfolk, NR25

County: Norfolk

Civil Parish: Field Dalling

Traditional County: Norfolk

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Norfolk

Church of England Parish: Field Dalling St Andrew

Church of England Diocese: Norwich

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4/1 Church of St.Andrew
_ I

Parish church. Medieval. Flint with stone dressings. Lead roofs, pantiles
to porch. West tower, nave, north aisle, south porch, chancel. Embattled
tower of 2 stages with diagonal buttresses. West window of 3 lights, the
centre light with ogee head; panel tracery; hood mould. Single cusped lights
to ringing chamber. Bell-openings with 2 ogee-headed lights; continuous sill
band; hood mould. Buttressed nave of 4 bays. 3 restored 4-light windows
with panel tracery to south. Rood stair. To north a doorway with continuous
hollow chamfer and hood mould; 3 3-light windows with panel tracery under
4-centred arches; hood moulds. Restored west window to aisle of 3 lights
with embattled transom. East wall of aisle rebuilt in brick and flint
probably in C18. Clerestorey with 3 windows, the centre one blocked, having
2 cusped lights. Buttressed chancel of 2 bays, the south wall of galleted
flint. One 3-light window with cusped reticulated tracery. Priests door
with continuous hollow chamfer hood mould. One window with 2 ogee lights
under stilted round arch; stilted hood mould. North chancel with one large
blocked opening, the shafts with polygonal capitals visible. One 2-light
window with cusped reticulated tracery; hood mould with figure stops. Blocked
doorway with 4-centred brick arch. East window of 3 lights with cusped
reticulated tracery, restored; hood mould with figure stops. Heavily restored
porch to first nave bay; small cusped lights to east and west. C19/C20 brick
eaves dentils, kneelers and to gable. Continuous hollow chamfer to archway;
probably C19 inner arch on corbels with shields. 6 orders to continuously
moulded nave doorway with hollow in middle; moulded hood. Restored medieval
door. Interior. 4 bay nave arcade with cruciform piers; the east and west
shafts rising to carry inner order; polygonal capitals; broad hollow to north
and south shafts which rise and divide to form outer order. Rere-arch to
west window with castellated impost; hood mould. Arch-braced nave roof with
brattished wall plate; brattished purlins, bosses. Arch-braced aisle roof
with tracery in the spandrels; restored. Supported on corbels with shields,
possibly C19. Doorway to rood stair with 4-centred arch. Tower arch with
polygonal shafts, not central to nave. Chancel arch with shafts having
polygonal capitals; 2 continuous outer orders. Chancel. Shafts to former
north chapel visible. Hammerbeam roof with castellated wall plate.
Ogee-headed piscina. C19 fittings to chancel. Many medieval benches with
poppy-head ends with backs added in nave. Box-pews in north aisle. Restored
octagonal font with octagonal base; shields to bowl.

Listing NGR: TG0062439015

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