14. St Gregory Minster, Kirkdale
The medieval? font.
St Gregory Minster, Kirkdale was rebuilt around 1054 because the original church of 654 AD was destroyed by the raiding Danes. Therefore it is a pre-Norman conquest Saxon church.
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The famous Saxon sundial of St Gregory Minster.
Looking down the nave to the chancel arch with the arches of the north aisle on the left.
A finely carved altar piece.
View of the west end and the arches of the north aisle on the right.
There is some lovely walk in the woods around St Gregory Minster and Kirkdale. (see page 15)
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