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© Mr John Giles

IoE Number: 223867
Location: CHURCH OF ST ANDREW, GREAT SNORING ROAD
  LITTLE SNORING, NORTH NORFOLK, NORFOLK
Photographer: Mr John Giles
Date Photographed: 31 March 2003
Date listed: 24 January 1984
Date of last amendment: 24 January 1984
Grade I

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TF 93 SELITTLE SNORINGGT. SNORING ROAD4/41Church of St. Andrew.I

TF 93 SE LITTLE SNORING GT. SNORING ROAD 4/41 Church of St. Andrew. I Parish Church with detached tower. Nave fabric Norman, with later details, chancel Early English. Flint with carstone, stone and brick dressings. Black glazed pantiled roofs. Nave south wall with Norman window, one 2-light Decorated window, one single lancet with drip mould. Perpendicular south porch. Norman south door with colonnettes, innermost with capitals, round arch and stilted arch hood-mould. In between a zig-zag moulding re-arranged in C13 as narrow gothic arch. Nave west gable with carstone quoins C12, 2- light Decorated west window. Nave north late Norman north door blocked, 3-light Perpendicular window and 2-light switch tracery Decorated window. Nave gables, part of north wall, kneelers, parapets and dentil cornice late C18. Chancel of 2 bays with north and south. 2 2-light straight-headed Perpendicular windows; East window 3 Early English lancets, shafted internally. Interior with Early English chancel arch and angle piscina. Norman font, stone, bases with attached lonnettes with bases and capitals. Circular bowl with floral interlace. Bench-end inscribed HB 1632. Late C18 single deck pulpit with reading desk. Royal Arms James II 1686. Late C18 nave roof, exposed rafters, mid C19 boarded chancel roof.

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