Former All Saints Church, Stoke Ferry, Norfolk - 26th September 2005

This former Anglican church was entirely rebuilt in 1848 by W J Donthorn.  It replaced a 15th century building, the tower of which fell in 1578.

The present building is constructed of ashlar, clunch and flint with a slate roof.

 It closed in 2002, was deconsecrated and sold.

Former All Saints Church, Stoke Ferry, Norfolk - 26th September 2005 - MTC

Here is a view of the south side - I hope that heap of rubble isn't a portent of things to come!

Former All Saints Church, Stoke Ferry, Norfolk - 26th September 2005 - MTC

Here is the building from the north.

Former All Saints Church, Stoke Ferry, Norfolk - 26th September 2005 - MTC

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