Harpole Church, Northamptonshire

Harpole village is a typical Northamptonshire village of glowing golden stone houses, snaking around a small village square with a church at its heart. That church, Holy Trinity, is of uncertain origin. Pevsner considers it to be Norman in origin, although the building itself looks later.

If the early parts of the church are from around 1200 it was greatly enlarged around a century later and that was most likely when the tower was added as it is Early English in style.

Like many things in Northamptonshire Harpole Church keeps its treasures hidden.

Photo - Andrew J. Müller

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