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Standing next to the ruins of Slingsby Castle, this substantial village church was rebuilt, with no expense spared, in 1869 on the site of its mediaeval predecessor. Containing fine windows by Clayton and Bell, unusual open-backed pews, a 17th century altar from the previous church and a memorial to an early 14th century knight this fascinating church is well worth visiting.

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  • DonDavisUK
    DonDavisUKover 4 years ago

    Excellent Trevor. What a glorious and colourful window. Well captured, I know how difficult these can be.

  • Thank you kindly Don…they seem to be difficult because of the light.

    – Trevor Kersley

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