Monday, 20 April 2015

St Mary's Church, Staveley, Cumbria - April 2015

I might just post some church stuff more often, I'm not the bible bashing kind of chap, but you can't beat a good little church every now and again.

Either the spooky Scooby Doo type or that quiet church yard with the only noise being the birds chattering.

Churchs, hmmmm, I know what, back road Churches - the ones you don't know you have driven past or perhaps the forgotten churches no body goes to.

So lets start with this little gem, I was passing the other week and sits hiding just off the A590 at Newby Bridge in a very quiet spot.

A church was present on the site from around 1618, and was repaired in 1678. The south and the tower date from 1793.

 St Mary's Church, Staveley, Cumbria

St Mary's Church, Staveley, Cumbria

I won't bore you with fancy terms, that and I don't know my gargoyle from my grotesque, but I rather liked this beautiful little church.

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