Nazeing - All Saints
This church was once owned by King Harold, and later given to the monks of Waltham Abbey. From the outside, the striking early C16 tower, with blue diapering decorating the bright red brickwork is probably the best feature of the church. The chancel, north aisle and timber porch are 15th century, the porch floor being made of tiles set on end. The nave is Norman made from flint rubble, partly rendered.