As the Church guidebook states: Although not unique in Britain, there are some 36 examples, the detached tower is a curiosity about which people often remark. This is just one obvious feature of a very special fifteenth century building of which the village of Marston Moreteyne can be justly proud. It stands roughly in the centre of the built-up areas and watches over the Vale as it has done for hundreds of years.

Inside the Church are many interesting and historic features, from the famous ‘Doom’ painting over the chancel arch to the beautiful painted angels on the ceiling, together with their colourful ‘bosses’.

History surrounds the visitor walking around the Nave and the Chancel.




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