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St Peter, Bramshaw

Exterior view of St Peter's, Bramshaw

Though the south tower is early 13th C below and the nave is of the same date, due to extensive restoration work in the 19th Century very little graffiti was found. Each image is linked to a larger version; to see the larger version it may be necessary to allow 'pop-ups'.

Two crosses, described in the church guide as consecration crosses were found on the east side of the south doorway, inside and outside.

Cross by south door, interior   Cross by south door, exterior
Interior cross   Exterior cross

In the gallery at the end of the nave is an ancient wooden bench, with initials inscribed into it.

Initials on wooden bench in gallery
Initials on wooden bench in gallery

Survey date: 14th June 2018

Surveyor: Karen Wardley