Carew Castle & St Mary Church Carew Cheriton 9th April 2016
Carew Castle has been mentioned on this site before so it needs no re-introduction. On a fine day, it was a great opportunity to grab some images of Carew Castle from a different angle rather than the usual sunset perspective as normally seen everywhere else. I also had time to pop to st Mary’s Church, located only a small drive away. This tiny village used to have a school however it is now in private hands having been converted to a residence.
St Mary’s Church dates back to the 14th century, alterations & additions were installed over the preceding centuries to how it is seen today. Other interesting features of the church is encaustic tiles to the sanctuary which may have been originally from Carew Castle nearby. Also there is a Crimean memorial window dating back to 1857.
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