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
An unusually slender tower with crocketed spire, but overall a well-proportioned building.
Peter Grey Collection, 1969
A doorway with early English decoration and a Victorian door.
Peter Grey Collection, 1968