Walkern is one of Hertfordshire’s most impressive parish churches, dating back to around 950 AD, a Saxon wall from this period has managed to survive to this day.
The bulk of the rest of the church is 12th to 14th Century and could be considered a typical larger parish church with an absolutely typical Hertfordshire tower and spike spire.
Not unusually everything was heavily rebuilt by the Victorians around 1840-1880.We are left with one of the larger churches of the county and certainly one of the most impressive both by situation and by looks.
Back to Cathedrals, Churches, Abbeys etc... page
Text copyright - Raving Loony Productions and
Andrew J. Müller,
and Shaun Runham
© Photos and Artwork - Andrew J. Müller
© Web Design and Layout - Andrew J. Müller