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© Mr R. Keith Drewery

IoE Number: 282161
Location: CHURCH OF ALL SAINTS, CHURCH ROAD
  ELLOUGH, WAVENEY, SUFFOLK
Photographer: Mr R. Keith Drewery
Date Photographed: 25 September 2001
Date listed: 01 September 1953
Date of last amendment: 01 September 1953
Grade I

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ELLOUGHCHURCH ROADTM 48 NW5/10Church of All Saints1-9-53GVI

ELLOUGH CHURCH ROAD TM 48 NW 5/10 Church of All Saints 1-9-53 GV I Redundant parish church. Medieval, restored 1880-2 by Butterfield. Nave, chancel, west tower, south porch, north organ chamber. Flint rubble with stone dressings; the nave is rendered. Felted roofs of very shallow pitch. C14 square unbuttressed tower with 2-light Y-traceried bell-chamber openings; C15 flat parapet of knapped flint. 2-bay nave with C15 2-light windows. Blocked north doorway. The south nave doorway and porch are C19. C14 2-bay chancel, partly re-faced in late C19: 2-light windows, C19 3-light east window. Interior. C15 8-bay nave roof with cambered tie beams, arched wind- bracing and a crenellated wallplate; the roof is said to have originally been more steeply-pitched, and was raised in late C19, the wallposts supported on stone corbels carved as heads. The late C19 panelled chancel ceiling and stone reredos are by Butterfield. C14 piscina with cusped and crocketted ogee arch; drop-sill sedilia adjacent. The rood loft stairs remain. C15 octagonal font, the faces of the bowl carved alternately with shields and flowers; the stem is later but the sub-base is original. In the sanctuary are 2 brasses with female effigies and in the chancel one mid C18 ledger slab. Some of the furnishings have been removed, including the pulpit, choir stalls and organ.

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