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157 DOWNHAM MARKET St Edmund | by JDS-photo
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157 DOWNHAM MARKET St Edmund

A very pretty little church, not your usual large urban town church, but it sits in the middle of the south western Norfolk market town of Downham Market and sets itself as a landmark, the church is made of local carstone and the 15th century pinnacled tower is topped off with a smart leaded spire, the church was rebuilt in the 13th century and was originally thatched and is Downham Markets old building and its only Grade One listed one as well.

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Taken on June 3, 2012