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© Mr Peter Tree

IoE Number: 426628
Photographer: Mr Peter Tree
Date Photographed: 21 May 2004
Date listed: 19 December 1961
Date of last amendment: 19 December 1961
Grade A

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1.WICKHAMBROOKChurch of All Saints2006TL 7554 27/48119.12.61.

WICKHAMBROOK 832/27/481 CHURCH OF ALL SAINTS 19-DEC-61 GV I A mainly Cl4 random} flint and stone church with stone dressings. The Cl4 tower and north and south aisles have castellated parapets and the tower has flint and stone chequer work in the parapet and angle buttresses. The isles have good C14 Decorated windows with intersecting tracery. The north doorway is close with 2 orders of shafts and dog tooth ornamentation in the hood mould. A chapel north of the chancel, now a vestry, has a C13 piscina with a dog tooth ornamented arch. The north porch is Cl4. The nave has a Cl6-Cl7 hammer-beam roof. The church contains good brasses of Thomas Burrough (d.1597), set in a recess enclosed by wood bars set diagonally, a fine alabaster tomb with recumbent figures of Sir Thomas Higham and his wife by Nicholas Stone and a square font cut to an octagon in the Cl5.

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