Great Hautbois old church
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Norfolk County Council
Broadland District Council
OR262262 (626170, 320430)
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Comprises Nave, South Aisle, Porch, Transept and round West Tower. Construction is flint with stone quoins, some conglomerate stone. Roman bricks have been re-used as voussiors. Dates from 2nd half of 11th C, originally a nave and chancel, the tower was added shortly after. Chancel was extended and transept added in early 13th C and aisle in 14th C. Porch probably 15th C. Deemed unsuitable for use by 19th C and a new church was built nearby. The roofs to the nave, aisle and porch were removed but chancel left to serve church-yard. A fragment of early 13th C dogtooth ornament evident in west wall masonry - possibly part of original St Theobald shrine. Grade II* listed.
Rachael Lamb, 12 May 2014
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