St Mary's Church Bagthorpe Stained Glass

Originally a small medieval church with no chancel, this church was demolished and entirely rebuilt in 1853/4. The rebuilding was done by a local firm in the Early English style. The church consists of a nave and short chancel, with a bellcote at the east end of the nave. Although a Victorian rebuild, the church retains an original Norman font with colonnades.

For detailed church information visit:
link to norolk heritage site
plan of church

East Window Believed to be c.1855 in the style of C A Gibs

Six medallions on heavily patterned background: 'Last Supper' 'Ascension' 'Resurrection' in the top line with: 'Nativity' 'crucifixion' and 'Carrying the Cross' below

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east window