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St. Mary and All Saints Church (Walsingham)

St. Mary and All Saints is the parish church of Walsingham in Norfolk, more properly Little Walsingham.

The 15th century church was almost completely destroyed by fire in 1961, but rebuilt under the architect Laurence King and opened again in 1964.

The font dates from around 1450, and shows the Seven Sacraments and the Crucifixion.

A tablet commemorates George Ratcliffe Woodward, who is buried in the churchyard. He was the vicar here from 1882 to 1889, and wrote "Ding Dong Merrily on High".

In the North chapel is "The Risen Christ", a sculpture by Jacob Epstein.

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