Saturday, January 19, 2008

Easton Grey, Wiltshire

I revisited this church on the way to Malmesbury for the day. As usual the church was open, and still offers a sense of stepping back in time, as little else has been done since the church was rebuilt in 1836. The tower is however medieval. The bowl of the C13 font is preserved inside along with a Jacobean pulpit and some memorials which predate the rebuilding. Any record of the church's dedication has been lost over time.

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