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Remarkably different.

Heavenly contrast after visiting nearby Tank museum! Well worth seeing the unusual etched windows... read more

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Ivan F
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Pulborough
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Beautiful

This church is beautiful. It has wonderful etched windows which make the church light and bright... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
NICOLA H
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Dorchester, United Kingdom
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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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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

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.

Thank Ivan F
Reviewed 1 week ago

This church is beautiful. It has wonderful etched windows which make the church light and bright. It is worth taking a good look at the windows and reading the history of the building.

Thank NICOLA H
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The main thing visitors go to see are the windows with the beautiful Whistler engravings. Busy at weekends. Don't miss it if you are in mid-Dorset. Not far from Laurence of Arabia's old home.

Thank Ricardo B
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

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.

Thank BandS2015
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

A quaint, small village church, very well kept, with stunning windows. A small churchyard in a lovely setting.

Thank Stephen296074
Reviewed 19 August 2018 via mobile

Beautiful little church up a private road but you can walk up it. Well worth a visit. Sadly wasn't open when we arrived but the windows look stunning!

Thank Hannahq M
Reviewed 18 August 2018

We had just visited Clouds Hill and came on to see Both the Church and also see the grave of Lawrence of Arabia. Unbeknown to us it was also the day of of his birth. A truly moving day

Thank Romantic_11
Reviewed 15 August 2018 via mobile

I have been fortunate to learn about this beautiful church and it's etched windows by Laurence Whistler through a BBC Easter program in approx 2013 about Judas. Today was my second visit and I plan on stopping any time I have the opportunity. The church's...More

Thank Valerie F
Reviewed 7 August 2018

Visited today, wow! Quaint church with beautiful cut glass windows...lots of information in the church on its history....Well worth a visit.

Thank nannyrachel62
Reviewed 7 August 2018

You walk down the lane that says “private lane”,and 50 metres in on your right this small but perfect church sits. Bombed out in WWII the chuch’s rebuild gave an opportunity for much innovation. The windows are etched in clear glass and the pale blue...More

Thank Katieclem46
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Post code for Sat Nav is DT2 8RH
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Sorry, I have only just found your message. I believe other kind members have given the post code already.
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