St Nicholas, Brandiston

Open daily dawn to dusk.
Important stained glass

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This church building is managed by Churches Conservation Trust.

This is an enchanting and secluded little church of Norman origin. It has an unusual plan – the tower stands at the west end of the north aisle. The aisle was originally the nave, its chancel having been demolished by the 18th century. A light and attractive interior greets the visitor. The chest in the nave is Jacobean. The organ, brought here from Haveringland Hall, has a painted case in late 17th century style but is probably from the early 19th century. Notice the stone statue of St Nicholas (1932) in the north east corner of the nave which depicts the three children he is said to have restored to life. St Nicholas' Church is now in the care of the Churches Conservation Trust.

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