The church of ST. JOHN BAPTIST is a red brick building consisting of a chancel, south vestry, nave with arcades, north and south aisles containing galleries continued round the west end, and a west tower.
The present church, which replaces an older one pulled down in 1769, is built in the Italian style and was completed in 1772 (fn. 122) ; it forms an excellent example of local work and design, the tower being particularly good.
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Photo taken in Wolverley, Kidderminster, Worcestershire, UK
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