St Giles's Church, Goodrich

Recent Photograph of St Giles's Church (Goodrich)

A tall slim unbuttressed tower, topped by even taller stone spire, the bell openings are in the spire lowest stage. The rest of the church appears rebuilt from outside, but the chancel east window of what is essentially a two naved church (nave and north aisle) is handsome 15th century Perpendicular.

(Information provided by Phil Draper)


Image contributed by Phil Draper on 17th March 2007.
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