Friday, November 16, 2012

St Lawrence, Sandhurst, Glos

A sizable village on the banks of the Severn at the end of a no through road. Small medieval west tower, the rest rebuilt although some of the nave south windows could be "restored" (they are irregular). Long nave, north aisle, timber framed S porch and chancel. Inside there is a Jacobean pulpit, rather ugly. The font is another lead one, but this one is late C12, and one of six in Gloucestershire cast from the same mould.

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