GRAVELEY CHURCH

Hertfordshire

Graveley Church, Hertfordshire

The church of St. Mary at Graveley dates to the 12th Century, built mostly of local flint stones. The interiors were completed in the 13th Century and the tower added in the 15th.

In the 1990s Graveley Parish was amalgamated with the nearby church of St. Nicholas, Stevenage and became the minor church in this pairing.

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