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The Church at Streatley on Thames

The Church at Streatley on Thames

The parish church of St Mary in the Thames-side village of Streatley in Berkshire. It lies very near the river and is almost next to the bridge linking Streatley with Goring. The church dates from the 13th century but was largely rebuilt in the mid 1800s as it was becoming rather dilapidated. However, many of the original building materials were used such as stone and the flint used for facing. At this time the nave roof was heightened and the clerestory windows added to give more light.

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Ian Lewis | The Church at Streatley on Thames
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