St Giles, Great Hallingbury


Photograph by Ian Rose, 1998

Although this church has been almost entirely rebuilt except for its 15th Century tower, it still retains some interesting features. The very early Norman (or possibly late Saxon) chancel arch has been constructed with re-used Roman bricks. The piscina, which is twelve feet up on the east wall of the nave, indicates that an altar once stood in the rood-loft.