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St Michael and All Hallows Church, Didlington

Last Sunday (12th September 1999) my wife and I visited the Church of St Michael and All Angels at Didlington - one of those isolated Norfolk churches which is quite a way from public roads - in this case within the grounds of Didlington Hall.

The church is certainly very fine, and in good condition, showing signs of recent repairs to the fine wooden ceiling, and the tower (locked) evidently - from the hanging rope - contains 1 bell. The church is without fixed seating of any sort, but has three very fine and beautiful stained glass windows, one at the east end of the chancel and one on either side of the nave aisles.

There are a number of tablet memorials to the family of Didlington Hall, as follows:

Copyright © E.C. ("Paddy") Apling, September, 1999; links updated November 2010.

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