Frettenham: St Swithin, Frettenham
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The parish Church of St. Swithin's is constructed of flint and stone in the Early Decorated style of architecture and consists of a chancel, nave, north and south aisles, south porch and square tower at the west end. The tower now only contains two bells, both intresting but in need of repair. The roof of the nave has been totally replaced and lowered at some past stage, a fact most evident from the marks on the east wall of the tower outside.
Although this Church is separated from the village by 1/2 mile it is well
worth a visit. We are open evey Sunday for our weekly service at 11am and would look forward to meeting you.
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24 Rectory Road,
Norfolk, NR12 7HL.
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