The church at Croome

By Rhys Jones

April 8, 2016

Category: Worcestershire

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5 Responses to “The church at Croome”

  1. I really like those pinnacles (is that the correct word?) on the top of the tower, they seems to be very common in England?

  2. Built about 1763 in the Gothic Revival style. It is. Grade 1 Listed Building.

  3. Thank you for the info, It is always interesting to learn.

  4. Spiritual sanctuary.

  5. The church is no longer used for worship but is preserved and maintained.

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