West Walton, Norfolk - St Mary: A wonderful roof in which arch-braced tie-beams alternate with hammerbeams, the hammers carved into angels, each of which carries a shield. Images of Christ's Passion are shown on all the angels' shields, save two, which bear the arms of the Jermyn family of Suffolk, suggesting that they may have endowed or been major contributors towards the roof. Given the pattern of the roof (full sized angels acting as hammers), a date in the first half of the C15th seems likely. The roof itself has clearly been cut down to fit the church - note how the wall posts have been sawn off to fit the spaces between the intersections of the clearstorey arches. The roof may therefore either have been made for another church, or manufactured offsite (most roofs were) and then cut to fit.