THE CHURCH OF ST HELEN & ALL SAINTS, Wykeham, North Yorkshire. (See comments box for story).

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Roy Pledger on December 2, 2011

A family feud is said to have surrounded the unusual construction of St Helen and All Saints church at Wykeham near Scarborough in North Yorkshire in 1853. It is said that two sisters disagreed about the construction of this fine Victorian church with the result that the church and the tower were built apart. At the foot of the tower, with spire and peal of five bells, is a gateway to the churchyard.

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  • Uploaded on December 2, 2011
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    by Roy Pledger
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