St Nicholas Church Sulham

St Nicholas Church Sulham

The church of St Nicholas in the village of Sulham in West Berkshire. It forms a third of the joint parish of Pangbourne, Tidmarsh and Sulham. The church is in the centre of the village standing next to Sulham House. Originally dating from the C13th , it was rebuilt between 1836 and 1838 by Rev John Wilder, vice provost of Eton College who lived in Sulham House. Originally the tower was topped by a tall spire but this was removed in 1959. In early spring the churchyard is awash with crocuses.

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Ian Lewis | St Nicholas Church Sulham
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