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Acton Trussell Church

A postcard view of St. James Church which was originally built in 1212. The tower dates from the late 13th century and the small recessed spire was added in 1562. It was enlarged and rebuilt in 1869 under ...

Acton Trussell Churchyard

Gravestones in the churchyard of St. James' church.

Adam Bede's Grave, Ellastone

Graves belonging to the Evans family in the churchyard of St. Peter's Church, Ellastone. George Eliot (Mary Ann Evans) based her novel 'Adam Bede' on Ellastone, named as Hayslope in the book which was ...

Aerial view of St Mary's Church, Stafford,

The Collegiate Church of St. Mary is the parish church of Stafford. The present building is a mixture of genuine medieval and the work of Sir George Gilbert Scott, who restored the church in 1841 - 1844 ...

Aerial view of the cemetery and surrounding area, Leek

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'After The Storm, St. Giles', Newcastle-under-Lyme

This oil on canvas signed and dated by John Thirlwall in 1999 was a Millenium commission painting for the Borough Museum and Art Gallery in Newcastle-under-Lyme. The painting depicts St Giles' Church ...

All Saints Church and graveyard, Dilhorne

Assorted styles of 18th and 19th century memorials can be seen in the graveyard surrounding the church. The Church of All Saints has one of the few octagonal towers in the country. The lower part of ...

All Saints' Church and Vicarage, Milwich,

The first record of a church on this site is dated c.1140. The tower of the present building dates from the late fifteenth century, although the remainder of the church was rebuilt in the 1790s after ...

All Saints' Church Tower, Chebsey,

All Saints dates from the Norman period. The tower features an outside stair turret. The churchyard contains an Anglo-Saxon cross shaft. Inside the church can be found late Victorian stained glass ...

All Saints' Church, Alrewas

The Grade 1 Listed All Saints' Church stands in Mill End Lane. It was built in the 13th century, replacing an earlier church. It has 14th, 18th & 19th century additions. In the chancel, fragments ...

All Saints' Church, Chebsey,

All Saints dates from the Norman period. The tower features an outside stair turret. The churchyard contains an Anglo-Saxon cross shaft. Inside the church can be found late Victorian stained glass ...

All Saints Church, Dilhorne

Photograph taken from outside the Colliers Arms pub, at the junction of Caverswall Road and Forsbrook Road. The Church of All Saints has one of the few octagonal towers in the country. The lower part ...

All Saints' Church, Dilhorne

All Saints Church is a Grade II Listed Building, the oldest parts being of 13th century origin. The stepped, octagonal church tower is a rare feature in England. There is the Grade II listed chest ...

All Saints' Church, Dilhorne

All Saints Church is a Grade II Listed Building, the oldest parts being of 13th century origin. The octagonal church tower is a rare feature.

All Saints' Church, Dilhorne

All Saints Church is a Grade II Listed Building, the oldest parts being of 13th century origin. The octagonal church tower is a rare feature.

All Saints' Church, Forton,

The earliest stonework in All Saints' church dates from c.1200, and can found in the east wall of the chancel and part of the north wall; above the vestry door can be seen an original lancet window. ...

All Saints Church, Leigh

All Saints church was rebuilt a by Thomas Johnson of Lichfield in 1846 after a fire, using part of the original 14th century tower, font and stained glass in the chancel. The work was paid for by the ...

All Saints' Church, Milwich

A postcard view of All Saints' Church, Milwich. The first record of a church on this site is dated around 1140. The tower of the present building dates from the late fifteenth century, although the remainder ...