Holy Trinity Church Cookham

Holy Trinity Church Cookham

A corner of the village of Cookham which lies on the banks of the River Thames in the north east of Berkshire. Here stands Holy Trinity, the village's parish church with the entrance to the churchyard flanked by half timbered cottages. The church dates from the C12th with additions being added during the C13th. Sir Stanley Spencer, the renowned artist (1891-1959) who lived in the village, set many of his paintings in the locality, the churchyard being the setting of 'The Resurrection' (1924-7).

Ian Lewis

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Ian Lewis | Holy Trinity Church Cookham
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