STOURPAINE CHURCH

Dorset

Stourpaine Church, Dorset

An attractive if unspectacular church it dates to the 15th Century – although only the tower still remains from that date. The main part of the church is from a rebuild of 1858 with some work being completed later.

One of the main things of interest is the odd little kneeling figure of a vicar completed around 1670 and built by the vicar himself shortly before his death as a kind of odd memorial.

Photo - Andrew J. Müller

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