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St James Icklingham, Suffolk, seen from the north east

RIBA137767
Bacon & Bell
NOTES: The earliest part of the church is the chancel c. 1300, the rest is from the later 14th century to early 15th century (i.e. the Perpendicular period of architecture). The west tower collapsed in 1808 and was rebuilt and a general restoration of the church was carried out in 1865-1866 by Bacon & Bell.

St James Icklingham, Suffolk, seen from the churchyard

RIBA137768
Bacon & Bell
NOTES: The earliest part of the church is the chancel c. 1300, the rest is from the later 14th century to early 15th century (i.e. the Perpendicular period of architecture). The west tower collapsed in 1808 and was rebuilt and a general restoration of the church was carried out in 1865-1866 by Bacon & Bell.

St James Icklingham, Suffolk, detail of the north elevation

RIBA137769
Bacon & Bell
NOTES: The earliest part of the church is the chancel c. 1300, the rest is from the later 14th century to early 15th century (i.e. the Perpendicular period of architecture). The west tower collapsed in 1808 and was rebuilt and a general restoration of the church was carried out in 1865-1866 by Bacon & Bell.

St James Icklingham, Suffolk: detail of gargoyle rainwater head

RIBA137770
Bacon & Bell
NOTES: The earliest part of the church is the chancel c. 1300, the rest is from the later 14th century to early 15th century (i.e. the Perpendicular period of architecture). The west tower collapsed in 1808 and was rebuilt and a general restoration of the church was carried out in 1865-1866 by Bacon & Bell.

St James Icklingham, Suffolk: detail of gargoyle rainwater heads

RIBA137771
Bacon & Bell
NOTES: The earliest part of the church is the chancel c. 1300, the rest is from the later 14th century to early 15th century (i.e. the Perpendicular period of architecture). The west tower collapsed in 1808 and was rebuilt and a general restoration of the church was carried out in 1865-1866 by Bacon & Bell.

St James Icklingham, Suffolk, seen from the churchyard

RIBA137772
Bacon & Bell
NOTES: The earliest part of the church is the chancel c. 1300, the rest is from the later 14th century to early 15th century (i.e. the Perpendicular period of architecture). The west tower collapsed in 1808 and was rebuilt and a general restoration of the church was carried out in 1865-1866 by Bacon & Bell.
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