Monday, 19 November 2012

Bentley Common, Essex

Built in 1880 St Paul is a large Victorian new build which is unusually anodyne particularly given the liberal use of chunky alabaster - perhaps because it's remarkably light for a church of its age. Unusually stained glass is minimised giving a relatively airy feel - I'd rate this as good of its type.



St Paul (3)

Unusually this is the second church on this trip that both boys missed.

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