Weeting All Saints

All Saint’s Church, Weeting

Name or number of building St Mary’s Church
Street name
Village/Town Weeting
County Norfolk
Map Open Space Web-Map builder Code
Current use Church (redundant) 
Nature of original building (if discernible) Medieval Church
Alterations and additions Please describe (if discernible) Ruined after tower fell in C18. The visible remains are now just small grass covered mounds.
Approximate General Period Please include any information giving a more specific date, e.g. date plaque.   Medieval – up to 1530 
Form Church : Nave and Chancel 
Storeys Other 
Walling Material Flint only 
Flint Walling Technique Random Rubble  We can be confident that the walls were at least built with flint cores. Whether there was any decorative flint features is unknown.
Any additional observations or comments The pictures below (courtesy the Weeting History Group archive) show the last remaining walls shortly before they were levelled in the name of “Health & Safety”.
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