Stained Glass of Framingham Earl Church of St Andrew Norfolk

A medieval parish church, built mainly of flint with a 12th century round tower, a 13th century porch and extensive 19th century restoration. The church may date back to the Late Saxon period, and an excavation carried out in 1984 discovered Late Saxon burials and pottery. However, the church itself dates to the post Conquest period, although it may be on the site of an earlier building.

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