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Sturton by Stow
 
Sturton by Stow, St Hugh
Sturton by Stow, St Hugh
Sturton by Stow, St Hugh

St Hugh’s in Sturton-by-Stow was built as a Mission Church to the design of J. L. Pearson in 1879.

Mark Acton, 2014

Sturton by Stow, St Hugh church, J L Pearson
Sturton by Stow, St Hugh
Sturton by Stow, St Hugh
Sturton by Stow, St Hugh

St Hugh’s in Sturton-by-Stow is a very modest building with windows in 13th century style.

It was designed by J. L. Pearson and built in 1879.

May 2014

Sturton by Stow, St Hugh church
Sturton by Stow, St Hugh
Sturton by Stow, St Hugh
Sturton by Stow, St Hugh

The apse at the east end of Pearson's church is unusually broad.

Bricks are laid in English Bond throughout.

May 2014

Sturton by Stow, St Hugh church, apse
Sturton by Stow, St Hugh
Sturton by Stow, St Hugh
Sturton by Stow, St Hugh

The bellcote over the west gable at St Hugh's is simply constructed in timber with tile and copper cladding.

May 2014

Sturton by Stow, St Hugh church
Sturton by Stow, Union Mill (1)
Sturton by Stow, Union Mill (1)
Sturton by Stow, Union Mill (1)

This four-storey tower mill on Mill Lane, built in 1815, worked with four sails. It was wind powered with supplementary oil engine until 1954.

It was a subscription mill, i.e. it was owned by local shareholders, 40 in this instance.

Jon Sass Collection, undated photograph


Sturton by Stow, windmill, Jon Sass
Sturton by Stow, Union Mill (2)
Sturton by Stow, Union Mill (2)
Sturton by Stow, Union Mill (2)

The Union Mill at Sturton is a Grade II listed structure.

Location of mill: SK 881 804

Peter Kirk Collection, 1998

Sturton by Stow, Union Mill, windmill, Peter Kirk