St Mary, Upleadon

St Mary, Upleadon

The distinctive timbered tower at St Mary’s church dates back to Tudor times. In a rare example of this type of tower, the wooden uprights rise up from the foundations and are inlaid with red brick. It is joined to the Norman nave of the church.
Don’t miss: the Agnus Dei (Lamb of God) carving on the tympanum over the Norman north door.

Postcode: GL18 1EG

St Mary, Upleadon
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