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Sedgebrook
 
Sedgebrook, St Lawrence
Sedgebrook, St Lawrence
Sedgebrook, St Lawrence

A mixture of ironstone and Ancaster stone. St Lawrence’s, Sedgebrook is a fine example of the Perpendicular style.

The plain glass east window makes for a bright interior.

There is much good woodwork to admire.

On our visit two volunteers were cleaning up after the depredations of bats.

Mark Acton, 2014

Sedgebrook, St Lawrence church, Ancaster stone, bats
Sedgebrook, St Lawrence
Sedgebrook, St Lawrence
Sedgebrook, St Lawrence

The grave slab in the south chapel is to Dorothy Markham (died 1494).

Mark Acton, 2014

Sedgebrook, St Lawrence, Dorothy Markham
Sedgebrook, St Lawrence
Sedgebrook, St Lawrence
Sedgebrook, St Lawrence

The east end of the chancel, in contrast to the other walls of the church, is built entirely of Ancaster stone.

The five-light east window is typical of the Perpendicular period (fifteenth century).

Peter Kirk Collection, 1990

Sedgebrook, St Lawrence church
Sedgebrook, St Lawrence
Sedgebrook, St Lawrence
Sedgebrook, St Lawrence

Porch of the fifteeenth century with stoup to the right of the doorway.

Jews' Court collection, 1977

Sedgebrook, St Lawrence, stoup