Stonework in the Flower Bed

There are some huge blocks of weathered architectural stonework in the flower beds in front of St Sidwell’s Community Centre. After a survey was carried out by local historic buildings expert Stuart Blaylock we believe the stonework to be from the 1812 church tower, which was dismantled in the 1890s. The church was almost completely rebuilt in 1812. The C15th tower and columns were kept but the tower coated in plaster and an octagonal spire and pinnacles added. The tower was then remodeled in the 1890s to reveal the C15th tower once more. The spire and pinnacles were removed at
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Categories: Stonework in the flower bed and The Church.