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Aunsby
 
Aunsby, St Thomas a Becket
Aunsby, St Thomas a Becket
Aunsby, St Thomas a Becket

The circular piers in the late 12th century north aisle have square abaci and fine leaf capitals.

September 2013

Aunsby, St Thomas a Becket church, leaf capitals
Aunsby, St Thomas a Becket
Aunsby, St Thomas a Becket
Aunsby, St Thomas a Becket

The church at Aunsby has some Norman work inside (e.g. chancel arch).

The tower was built in the 13th century.  The bell openings have geometrical tracery.

The spire has two tiers of lucarnes in alternating directions.

September 2013

Aunsby, St Thomas a Becket, church
Aunsby, St Thomas a Becket, font
Aunsby, St Thomas a Becket, font
Aunsby, St Thomas a Becket, font

The circular font dates from about 1200.

The four polygonal shafts at the corners have capitals with ribbed leaves, waterleaf and crockets.

September 2013

Aunsby, St Thomas a Becket font