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The Churchyard at St Laurence Tidmarsh

The Churchyard at St Laurence Tidmarsh

Spring flowers are scattered through the fresh green grass in the churchyard at St Laurence church at Tidmarsh in Berkshire. This Grade 1 listed C12th church with its unusual wooden bell cote has a superbly decorated Norman doorway, a Norman font and C13th lancet windows. The box pews lead to an unusual polygonal apse. There are also traces of C13th wall paintings in two window recesses. Just beyond the church the River Pang flows on its way to join the Thames at Pangbourne.

Ian Lewis

Image size: 5163 x 3450, 16.78Mb | Camera details: NIKON D7100 | Date uploaded: 25/10/2018

Ian Lewis | The Churchyard at St Laurence Tidmarsh
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