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Church of All Saints, Billockby
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The church in 2007
52°39′56″N 1°35′31″E / 52.66556°N 1.59194°E / 52.66556; 1.59194Coordinates: 52°39′56″N 1°35′31″E / 52.66556°N 1.59194°E / 52.66556; 1.59194
OS grid reference TG 430 136
Location Near Fleggburgh, Norfolk
Country United Kingdom
Denomination Church of England
Architecture
Heritage designation Grade II
Designated 25 September 1962
Style Perpendicular
Administration
Diocese Diocese of Norwich

All Saints' Church is an Anglican church, partly ruined, near the villages of Billockby and Fleggburgh, Norfolk, England. It is a Grade II listed building.

The porch and the chancel are in regular use. Services are held at 9am on the fourth Sunday of the month, from Easter to September.

History

The church dates from the 15th century. The roof of the nave collapsed in a storm on 15 July 1752; the nave and tower, of Perpendicular style, is in ruins. The nave is of knapped flint, and has large windows with remains of tracery.

The chancel is known to have been in use in 1762. It was restored in 1872 and is still in regular use. It is of flint with ashlar dressings, and has a thatched roof. The interior includes an octagonal 15th-century font.

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