Norwell St Laurence


Included here are:

Drawings for the 19th Century Renovations
  Chancel 1857-59
  Rest of Church 1872-75
  Historical Pictures
  Modern Photographs

See other pages for further photographs, particularly those on fittings, glass and monuments. Click on any thumbnail image to display the full-size picture

Drawings for the 19th Century Renovations:

The Chancel Renovation 1857-59
East elevation Cross Section South elevation Plan
 These drawings are annotated (by handwriting on the first two of them):          

The Red lines show restoration of Parapet now wanting: the Blue lines the probable
original outline of the Chancel existing at the time the large East window was put in.

The Restoration of the rest of the Church 1872-75
North elevation East elevation

West elevation

Cross sections Plan, showing seating Detail of the roof
Reredos - central section Reredos - side panels Detail of the seating

Historical Pictures:

Drawing of the church from
the south by Grimm, 1773*
Photograph of the church from
the 1874 appeal leaflet, showing
it before the restoration
View of the church from
the south-east, c.1910
View of the church
from the north, c.1920
The chuch interior
looking east, c.1910
The dedication of the
War Memorial
The interior of the chancel
in 1930, showing the
previous organ
Drawing made c.1930
of C14 effigy of a lady
wearing a wimple

* Drawing by Samuel Hieronymus Grimm courtesy of The British Library.

Modern Photographs:

The church from
the south-east
View of the east end View from the north-west The tower from
the north-west
The tower Gargoyle on the
south-east of tower
The chancel
looking east
The chancel
looking west
The interior looking east The interior looking
west, (and showing
the organ)
Carving on north
transept piscina
Carved head on the
south nave wall
Detail of font Detail of East Window
by Chales Kempe
Church strongbox
dated 1813
Medieval cross
slab fragment
by the south porch