Wednesday, October 14, 2009

All Saints, Clehonger, Herefordshire

The church is situated a good half a mile from the village, luckily for me on the Belmont side of the village although I had to brake suddenly when the sign loomed into view. This turned out to be the only locked church of my day out, but be assured it is well worth getting the key here (map under the lychgate). the four staged west tower has no doorway but does have openings on all sides. I liked the way the lancets get progressively bigger on each stage! Nave with south aisle and porch and north transept, and chancel. Once unlocked the porch doors reveal a good Norman doorway with waterleaf capitals and a medieval door.

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