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Unique church featuring the world largest collection of Sir Laurence Whistler's engraved glass windows. A must see for all art lovers. The first church was built in 1190 and rebuilt in 1410 and 1776. A war time bombing on 8 October 1940 extensively...more
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Moreton House High Street | Bejond White Gates Follow Red Church Sign, Moreton DT2 8RH, England
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The Light and peace is amazingly beautiful in this humble chucrch . The engraved light windows touch your soul , a must to go and see .
Lawrence of Arabia lived in the area NT and is buried in the grave yard up the road...More
We'd been to see the tiny home of T.E. Lawrence, aka 'Lawrence of Arabia', which is just a few miles from Moreton, and wanted to visit his grave. Lawrence is buried in the churchyard of St. Nicholas Church in the small village of Moreton, and...More
What a beautiful church, tucked away but worth every footstep to go and see. The Windows make the church one of the most beautiful I've seen. So light and welcoming, giving the most wonderful feeling to it.
A really beautiful church, tucked away in Morten
It was bombed in WWII and the stained glass was replaced by etchings which are fantastic and make the Church so light. Good guides, calendars, postcards etc
Heavenly contrast after visiting nearby Tank museum!
Well worth seeing the unusual etched windows, brilliantly crafted allowing diffused light into this pretty church.
The old school ,now a teahouse is also atmospheric making it all a worthwhile short trip.
An interesting church to visit with a peaceful ambience. The Laurence Whistler commissioned windows are very unusual and stunning, ensuring the interior is full of light. Make sure to search for the illusive thirteenth! Even the floor tiles are beautiful.
A visit is highly recommended.