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IoE Number: 223609
Location: CHURCH OF ST MARTIN, THE STREET (west side)
Photographer: Mr John Giles
Date Photographed: 28 May 2003
Date listed: 06 March 1959
Date of last amendment: 06 March 1959
Grade I

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TF 93 NEHINDRINGHAMTHE STREET3/111(west side)6.3.59Church of St Martin

TF 93 NE HINDRINGHAM THE STREET 3/111 (west side) 6.3.59 Church of St Martin I Parish church. C14 with some later Perpendicular details. Flint with stone dressings and slated roofs. West tower, nave with north and south aisles and clerestory, south porch, chancel with north chapel. West tower with 3-light Decorated west window, four 2-light bell chamber openings, stairs tower at south. Five 2-light clerestory windows. Four 3-light south aisle. Decorated windows, with 3-light east and west windows. Decorated south porch with single light window in gable. Chancel with 2 straight-headed Decorated windows of 2-lights, 5-light Decorated windows of 2-lights, 5-light Decorated east window with reticulated tracery. North aisle with blocked C15 north door, 3-light Decorated windows and the 2 bay north chancel chapel a continuation of the aisle with 2 Decorated 3-light windows and 3-light east window. Interior: 5 bay north and south arcades, octagonal piers with double hollow chamfered arches. Perpendicular tower arch. North chancel chapel with to north aisle an arch dying into wall, to chancel a 2 bay arcade. Perpendicular chancel arch with rood stairs arch to north, rectangular squint to south. Sedelia mostly C19 recut, half filled in piscina. C15 but much renewed arched braced nave roof with coved wall plate. High Victorian heavily wind braced chancel roof. C15 glass fragments in south aisle east window, chancel east window by Hughes c1860. C15 font octagonal with 4 evangelist beasts and 4 shields: a defaced crucifixion, Passion instruments, the Trinity symbol, the Royal Arms.

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