St Leonard, Woore, Shropshire
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St. Leonard's church was constructed in about 1830-31 to serve what were then five townships of the Shropshire portion of the ancient parish of Mucklestone in Staffordshire, and is of an unconventional white plaster Italianate design, recently (2011) re-painted. The bell tower is an Edwardian addition by Chapman and Snape of Newcastle under Lyme.
Roman numerals are never a good design feature where space is at a premium!