Chetton

St Giles

The south doorway and Chancel date from the 13th century, the arch resting on 15th century figure-head corbels.  A  Medieval Cross within the churchyard is associated with Lady Godiva who is believed to have had a Saxon manor at Chetton.  The tower, built in  1829, houses 6 bells.

To read more about the work of St Giles church and the church community, visit their website.

 

 

Photo, http://browncleechurches.org.uk/