St Andrew’s, Blickling

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Important stained glass
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St Andrew’s Church is situated next to the entrance to Blickling Hall. The majority of the exterior is Victorian. Inside, the large memorial depicting two life-size angels is dedicated to the eighth marquis of Lothian. In fact, he is buried elsewhere. The church boasts a collection of brasses. One commemorates Sir Nicholas Dagworth (d. 1401) who built the first Blickling Hall. Another to Roger and Cecily Felthorpe (1454) shows them alongside their 16 children. Other brasses include those to members of the Boleyn family.

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