St Andrew’s, Claxton

Open daily dawn to dusk.
Wheelchair accessible
Parking nearby
Footpath, trail or cycle route
Grade I

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St Andrew's Church is a charming assemblage of different styles and materials. The tower is 14th century in date and has Tudor red brick additions at the corners and windows. The fabric of the nave is Norman, whilst the chancel is a Victorian rebuild. Box pews survive from the 18th century. The faded royal arms of Queen Anne were edited to represent George I. Lions, Tudor roses. St Andrew's cross and the instruments of the passion adorn the 15th century octagonal font.

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