The Medieval Churches of Hertfordshire and Bedfordshire

Talk to the Society by Aymeric Jenkins, 24 February 2015

Report by Jean Gardner

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Photo:St Mary's, Hemel Hempstead - a rare rib-vaulted chancel of c.1150, illuminated by late C14 Decorated windows on the southside and a Norman window on the north wall.  A small room on the north side, possibly a sacristy, is also rib-vaulted. Perpendicular East window.

St Mary's, Hemel Hempstead - a rare rib-vaulted chancel of c.1150, illuminated by late C14 Decorated windows on the southside and a Norman window on the north wall. A small room on the north side, possibly a sacristy, is also rib-vaulted. Perpendicular East window.

A. Jenkins - scan from slide

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