Locked but a friendly key holder showed us around.
The tower of All Saints, Winteringham, is Perpendicular.
The north nave arcade is clearly Norman, the south perhaps Transitional.
The chancel is from the Early English period.
The chancel of All Saints' church dates from the Early English period with Victorian improvements.
Looking east towards the chancel, the north arcade (left) is Norman and the south arcade (right) is transitional.
This thirteenth century monument of a cross-legged knight lies under a segmental arch.
There two angels by his pillow.
Looking west towards the Early English tower arch, the north arcade (right) has strong Norman features, notwithstanding the pointed arches.
The four-bay north arcade in Winteringham All Saints is typically Norman with sturdy round piers, scalloped capitals and square abaci.
Mark Acton, April 2015
Details of scalloped capital and square abacus over round pier - typically Norman.
The arch is decorated with pellets and lozenges.
This tiny figure stands in a niche high up in the east wall of the Early English south transept. It probably dates from the fourteenth century.
Round piers are topped with multi-scalloped capitals and octagonal abaci.
Details of the most easterly arch in the south arcade - Transitional in style with some Norman features and some from the later Early English.