Saturday, July 09, 2011
Baptist Church, Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire
Built in 1872 to the designs of a local architect in Stratford on Avon, T T Allen. An excruciating Gothic church, willful and cheap, its only redeeming feature being it is in the local Cotswold stone. Apologetic saddle-back tower, the interior seemingly altered from the glimpses obtained through the lower windows although there still appears to be a gallery. The whole of the front's windows have been replaced in plain glass which further reduces any appeal the church may have had. Locked but I wasn't disappointed!