St. Michael and All Angels, Mitcheldean

St. Michael and All Angels, Mitcheldean

The unbuttressed tower of local stone was part-built in the 14th century but completed later. In the 1730s the 184-foot spire collapsed; it was rebuilt with royal aid by Nathaniel Wilkinson of Worcester in 1760. The spire was repaired in 1983 and further works are currently underway, supported in part by GHCT.

Don’t miss: The Doom Painting depicting the Last Judgement in vivid pictorial form

Postcode: GL17 0HU

St. Michael and All Angels, Mitcheldean
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