Category Archives: HEACHAM AND RISING DEANERY

HILLINGTON

St Mary the Virgin. Sadly hatchments do not always survive the passage of time, mostly disappearing as they become too tatty for display or lost when the church is renovated. Normally only one or two are lost at a time, which makes the loss of the eight hatchments recorded at Hillington a disaster. Enquiries have …

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WEST NEWTON

Saints Peter and Paul’s Church This 14th century church stands upon a high point in this very pretty village on the Sandringham Estate. Elegantly furnished, the interior is in exceptional condition, visitors will find the steeple style font cover well worth inspecting. The emblems of St’s Andrew, Patrick and George are incorporated into the stained …

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OLD HUNSTANTON

St Margaret’s Church There is an altar tomb at the east end of the north aisle that was at one time in the centre of the chancel. It has a Latin inscription that asks for the reader to pray for the souls of Roger Le Strange and many others of the Le Strange family. It is adorned with …

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