Tuesday, February 2, 2021

St Nicholas Church in Arrington

 I'd never visited Arrington church until today - the churchyard is particularly attractive with spring flowers. The Parish Church of St. Nicholas in Arrington dates from 13th Century. The walls are clunch of local field stones and red brick. The main roof, now tiled, was originally thatched and probably continued to be so until comparatively recent times. The timber spire is lead-covered. The West Tower (9½ ft. square) was built c. 1300, rebuilt in the 18th century. The organ is gothic, 19th Century.

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