Tuesday, October 13, 2009

St Andrew, Allensmore, Herefordshire

The interior has several interesting wall memorials and am incided slab made in the design for brasses of the period. Here the inlay is cement rather than brass. There is also a Victorian font, finely detailed with an unusal design, and a Jacobean pulpit of handsome appearance, again not quite the usual type. The tower however has no impact inside, with an arch more like an overgrown doorway. However there's that window again - it floods the church with light.

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