Across The Valley To Midgeham

Across The Valley To Midgeham

The parish church of St Matthew at Midgeham in West Berkshire viewed from the towpath of the Kennet and Avon Canal. There had been a chapel at Midgeham since the early 1300s but the parish church seen here was not built and consecrated until the late 1850s. Commisioned by the local squire, it was designed by John Johnson in the Early English style which was very popular in the Victorian period. It has a peal of six bells, the oldest having been cast in 1674.

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Ian Lewis |  Across The Valley To Midgeham
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