13. Kirkbymoorside (2) All Saints Church
The medieval in origin All Saint's Church, Kirkbymoorside. The tower is mainly late 18th century and though there is much medieval work in the rest of the structure it was restored and partly rebuilt by Sir Gilbert Scott in 1873-1875.
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The massive porch is in the English perpendicular style.
Looking down the nave into the chancel and altar.
Two surviving early Norman windows with some Victorian stained glass in them.
A panel of one of the stained glass windows depicts the church itself.
Two sedilia in the chancel.
The very fine oak carving of the altar piece.
A rather elaborate and unusual tomb!
Note: Kirkbymoorside has in the past been written as Kirkby Moorside.
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