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Ruins of Church St Edmund

A Grade II Listed Building in West Caister, Norfolk

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Latitude: 52.6456 / 52°38'44"N

Longitude: 1.7071 / 1°42'25"E

OS Eastings: 650873

OS Northings: 311775

OS Grid: TG508117

Mapcode National: GBR YQC.0FV

Mapcode Global: WHNVS.6R4N

Plus Code: 9F43JPW4+7R

Entry Name: Ruins of Church St Edmund

Listing Date: 25 September 1962

Last Amended: 4 December 1987

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1228046

English Heritage Legacy ID: 402090

ID on this website: 101228046

Location: West Caister, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, NR30

County: Norfolk

District: Great Yarmouth

Civil Parish: West Caister

Traditional County: Norfolk

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Norfolk

Church of England Parish: Caister-on-Sea Holy Trinity

Church of England Diocese: Norwich

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TG 51 SW (north side)

5/53 Ruins of Church of St.
25.9.62 Edmund (formerly listed as
Remains of Church of St
- II
Ruins of parish church. Late C15. Coursed rubble flint with ashlar quoins.
Fragment of west tower and portion of north nave wall. 3 storey unbuttressed
tower devoid of window embrasures. Nave had angle buttresses to west end.

Listing NGR: TG5087311775

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