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Barmer, All Saints Church.

Barmer, All Saints Church.




Barmer, All Saints Church, Barmer/ Benemara possibly bear pool.  The first element may be Olde English bera (bear),The second element is Old English mere (pool). On its own, set back on a busy road, this beautifully restored in 2018 Round Towered Church probably Norman, is now back to its splendor. this a small church, its chancel arch could well be Norman. Though the step-chamfering and pointing prove other alterations, the nave is 13th century with lancets and a simple table.  The church has a west round tower, nave, north aisle and chancel. Modern roof and fittings, , 13th century chancel arch, 13th century corbel piscina with trefoil head and chest dated 1740. There are signs that the Kerslake family have been a regular here for a number of years, the church is seldom used now for Divine worship.Closed when I called.

Barmer, All Saints Church,Postcode: PE31 8SP
Barmer, All Saints Church.
Barmer, All Saints Church.
Barmer, All Saints Church.
Barmer, All Saints Church.
Barmer, All Saints Church.
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Barmer, All Saints Church.
Barmer, All Saints Church.