Coat of Arms, Clifton upon Teme

Recent Photograph of Coat of Arms (Clifton upon Teme)

This Coat of Arms (described as a ‘Royal Achievement’ in the guide leaflet) is on the south wall, directly above the entrance doorway, and its presence indicates that Clifton upon Teme was once a Royal Borough. The doorway below is 14th century, and has a substantial oak door. The gateway into the churchyard has a sign saying visitors are welcome to this church.

(Information provided by Rosemary Lockie)

Image contributed by Rosemary Lockie on 24th July 2008.
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