Holy Trinity, Bosbury, Herefordshire
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A fine transitional church, neither Norman nor Early English, built around 1180 adjoining the Bishop's Palace of Bosbury. The massive detached bell-tower was clearly built for defence some forty years later. Its spire was lost after being struck by lightning in 1638.
We loved the skull and crossbones that formed such a key feature of the design.
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