Bessingham Church, London

Bessingham Church is a tale of two halves. The oldest part is the round tower which is Anglo-Saxon in origin (like most of the round church towers in Norfolk). Attached to it, rather clumsily, is a nave from the 1870s. The interior of the church was reworked in the early 20th Century by Charles Kempe and Powell and Sons and is surprisingly bright and airy with dominating stained glass in the south windows which paints the interior with colour on a sunny day.

Photo - Andrew J. Müller

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