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St ANDREW’S, Wroxeter

St Andrew's, Wroxeter
St ANDREW’S, Wroxeter

St Andrew's, Wroxeter, dates from before the Norman Conquest, though, like all medieval churches, it has been added to and developed over the years. It contains re-used Roman stonework, including columns used as gateposts to the churchyard and the base of a column used as a font. It has Saxon features in the walls. It also has a set of astonishing Tudor tombs, with scarily life-like effigies. If you're minded to, you can also stay overnight in the church. Use the link to Churches Conservation Trust.

Location/Address: Wroxeter
County: Shropshire
Post Code: SY5 6PH
Main Historic Period: Medieval
Useful Website Address: Churches Conservation Trust website
Tip/Nearby: Wroxeter Roman City
Primary Management: Churches Conservation Trust
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