All things Green Man & the traditional Jack-in-the-Green

Sightings – Sharrington, Norfolk

Norfolk, Sharrington, All Saints © Jennie Miller & Gary Truss

This  is one of a group of wonderful green men that can be found in All Saints the parish church of Sharrington a Grade I listed building. A church has been recorded here since the 13th century and All Saints’ parish church was once described as a “grand church of great local importance.“ The north and south aisles, transept and porch were taken down in the middle of the 18th century due to a significant reduction in the local population and the resulting loss of wealth.

My thanks to Jennie Miller and Gary Truss for allowing me to reproduce their photographs.
This green man has been added to our gazetteer which can be viewed HERE and our Flickr photographic archive which can be viewed HERE
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