Inside St Mary's Church, Kempsford

Recent Photograph of Inside St Mary's Church (Kempsford)

The chancel has a two-bayed south chapel, largely 19th century by G.E.Street, with an ornate arcade. The nave roof is fine carpentry but pride of place is reserved for the tower space with tall side windows, and a vault which was painted with heraldry and patterns in Victorian times, an effort which enhances its appearance. Also features a clumsy large standing monument in the north side of the Chancel, and much fine 19th century glass.

(Information provided by Phil Draper)


Image contributed by Phil Draper on 7th September 2004.
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