Elm, All Saints

Elm church has been described as ‘the Early English showpiece of the north of the county’ and is certainly very impressive. An elegant thirteenth-century tower introduces the visitor to a largely intact church of the same period. Inside, the broadly spaced nave arches stand on alternating round and octagonal supports. Above is a great double hammer-beam roof with multifarious angels. In a modern window in the south aisle is the unusual image of the vison of St John

All Saints

Main Road
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