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St. Werburgh’s is a perfect example of a timber framed parish church, there are just 27 remaining in England, the pulpit and communion rails are fine examples of Jacobean woodwork.

A newer church in the parish now takes the weekly services, though the old church still conducts ‘special’ services occasionally.

I took this shot because the light coming in from the stained glass windows was throwing pools of colour onto the tiled floor and pulpit giving them a serene and extremely beautiful appearance. I didn’t want to risk using the flash here in case the impact of the light and shadows was lost, fortunately it was just bright enough to take with a steady hand.

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