The present church was built in 1848 by the Hon. John Chetwynd Talbot, 3rd son of Charles Chetwynd, 2nd Earl Talbot of Ingestre, as an act of piety and to be his mausoleum, and was consecrated on Whit-Tuesday 1849. The architects were T.H.Wyatt and David Brandon of London, and “the Church has a little altered Victorian Interior in the Early English style.” It is built of local keuper sandstone with a roof of Staffordshire blue tiles.
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Hello again Pedrão !! I'v spent some time to see all your photos today, they are amazing, it was hard to choose wich ones i wont put on my favorite list! This photo in particular, is my favorite of all, i like churches, and this one calles my attention becouse of the not so regular graveyard, the high grass on some areas and the colors in general. Congratulations again for all your photos Pedrão!!
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Photo taken in Tixall, Staffordshire, UK
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