The Great Hospital

Norfolk

The Great Hospital

The Great Hospital, Norfolk

Almshouse founded in 1249. Medieval buildings. Church, cloister, large refrectory, Victorian Hall. 7 acres of land. Well preserved medieval ward with Victorian screening and handpainted ceiling. Refectory is medieval and contains a small canon from 1549. Carvings of dragons in the beams. The Birkbech Hall, 1901, very large fireplace, hammer beam ceiling. Ivory room (1750’’s),; Music room (1750’’s). Church and cloisters – 1270’’s. Smallest monastic cloister in England. Church – 2 tiered pulpit and box pews. Eagle Ward (1383) painted ceiling and cubicles preserved. Almshouse founded in 1249. Medieval buildings. Church, cloister, large refrectory, Victorian Hall. 7 acres of land. Well preserved medieval ward with Victorian screening and handpainted ceiling. Refectory is medieval and contains a small canon from 1549. Carvings of dragons in the beams. Ivory room (1750’’s),; Music room (1750’’s). Church and cloisters – 1270’’s. Smallest monastic cloister in England. Church – 2 tiered pulpit and box pews.

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