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Rowston, St Clement
Rowston, St Clement
Rowston, St Clement

The church of St Clement in Rowston has slender tower with a ‘candle-snuffer- spire.

The nave & chancel are Early English whilst the clerestory is from the Perpendicular period.

There is Norman tympanum under the tower which has been likened to one at Haltham-on-Bain.

The doorway it may have been over can be seen in the north wall.

Mark Acton, 2014

Rowston, St Clement church, tympanum
Rowston, St Clement
Rowston, St Clement
Rowston, St Clement

An unusually slender tower with crocketed spire, but overall a well-proportioned building.

Peter Grey Collection, 1969


Rowston, St Clement
Rowston, St Clement, south doorway
Rowston, St Clement, south doorway
Rowston, St Clement, south doorway

A doorway with early English decoration and a Victorian door.

Peter Grey Collection, 1968

Rowston, St Clement, doorway