In November I showed a long series of pictures of Oxburgh Hall in Norfolk and to finish this week are pictures of the two churches on the estate. The smaller of the two is this, the chapel of St.Margaret and Our Lady. The Bedingfields retained their own Catholic Priest, and heard Mass in a small chapel in a purpose-built chapel in the grounds. The current chapel dates from the 1830’s, and as such is an intriguing example of English Catholic architecture and sits down at the northern end of the site, overlooking the meadows beyond.
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