St. Mary's Church, Pembridge, The Black and White Villages, Herefordshire, England
 
The Churchyard, Pembridge, Herefordshire, England, Great Britain
St. Mary's Church, Pembridge.

The Churchyard from just outside the church porch looking across the village. That small group of objects just down the slope is a sculpture of sheep in metal.

The timber-framed building down on the right is Ye Olde Steps.

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The Nave and Font, St. Mary's Church, Pembridge, Herefordshire, England, Great Britain
St. Mary's Church, Pembridge.

The Nave, which is an aisled six-bay nave with clerestories, and 13th century Font.

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17th Centuary Wall Paintings, St. Mary's Church, Pembridge, Herefordshire, England, Great Britain
St. Mary's Church, Pembridge.

17th century wall paintings originally covered in whitewash but now restored. There are also other wall paintings to be seen.

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Stonemason's Marks, St. Mary's Church, Pembridge, Herefordshire, England, Great Britain
St. Mary's Church, Pembridge.

This is part of the chancel arch and if you look carefully you should notice some stonemason's marks in the form of a star. There is one on each whole block (4) in the picture and they should be obvious in the larger picture.

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The Belltower Structure, St. Mary's Church, Pembridge, Herefordshire, England, Great Britain
St. Mary's Church, Pembridge.

This is a view from the floor looking up into the roof structure of the separate Bell Tower. The structure dates from the 13th century and the size of some of those beams has to be seen to be believed.

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