NEWTON KYME CHURCH

North Riding of Yorkshire

Newton Kyme Church, North Riding of Yorkshire

The Church is not mentioned in the Domesday Book so it is probable that the earliest structure is that which still survives in part from the 12th Century. Most of the chancel of the church is from the 13th Century and the tower and nave windows date from the 15th.

As ever the Victorians came along and removed most of the interior decorations and renovated the outside, it created a more airy church but lost a lot of the more interesting late medieval interiors such as seating and the gallery.

Photo - Andrew J. Müller

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