St Andrew’s, Raveningham

Open daily dawn to dusk.
Parking nearby
Footpath, trail or cycle route
Grade II*

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The church stands in the park of Raveningham Hall, and marks the site of the original village. It has a round tower with a later octagonal top, containing a peal of five bells. The chancel has canopied recesses on each side, containing commemorative tablets to the Bacon family, dating from 1820, and a fine brass to Margaret Castyll of 1483. The large marble monument to Major Edmund Hodge in the SW corner of the nave.

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