Shotesham TM 24 99
Norfolk 5 m S S E of Norwich between A140 & B1332
Ruined Contact - St Botolph, Hollow Lane-Hawes Green (ruins), Shotesham St Mary, Norfolk

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There are references to churches dedicated to St Mary and to All Saints as well as to St Botolph at Shotesham. It is also reported that there were three parish churches, dedicated to St Mary, St Botolph, and St Martin. The latter two are in ruins. St Botolphs is described as founded before 1550 and closed before 1900.

Listed building 26 November 1958 Former parish church. Medieval. Fragmentary flint remains of former west tower.

The village's full name is Shotesham St Mary and St Botolph with St Martin.
It is also known as Low Shotesham and Shottesham.

At the present time, I have been unable to trace any more information or pictures on the Internet. In due course I hope to source information and to take my own pictures.

Copyright Peter Buttle

Updated 14 April 2002

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