St Mary the Virgin, High Easter


Photograph by Ian Rose, 1999

This church, which has Roman tiles in its walls, is early Norman, or possibly even Saxon. A brick clerestroy was added to the nave in the late 15th Century and at the same time, the south porch was built. The oaken roof of the nave is probably of similar age. The north aisle was added a little later, and the western tower in the following century. The octagonal font has been there for six hundred years.