You can see South Carlton church from the churchyard of North Carlton. Like South Carlton, North Carlton and it's manor house were Monson property. The antiquarian sixth Baron Monson visited this church in September 1828 and found two Monson monuments within this 'very neat, small edifice'. These monuments, brasses covering the burials of two younger sons of the Monson Baronets, are still to be seen in the sanctuary. With the exception of the tower with its Norman and Perpendicular bell stage, the brasses predate the church. For in 1770 the medieval building was replaced with the present ashlared nave and apsidal chancel. The simple whitewashed interior is simply furnished and retains a 'birdbath' font and balustered altar rails of 1770.
Access: There is plenty of parking by the roadside. The church is kept open during daylight hours.
If you want to see some more photos of North Carlton see my Flickr folder