Church of St. John the Baptist, Frome, Somerset
 
The Via Crucis, St. John the Baptist Church, Frome, Somerset, England, Great Britain
Frome, Somerset.

The Via Crucis, showing the stations of the cross, in the north-west corner of the churchyard is one of only two outside examples in the U.K.

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The Nave, St. John the Baptist Church, Frome, Somerset, England, Great Britain
Frome, Somerset.

The Nave showing the Victorian medallions on each side, the Rood Screen at the far end and the decorations on the roof trusses.

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The Rood Screen, St. John the Baptist Church, Frome, Somerset, England, Great Britain
Frome, Somerset.

A closer view of the Rood Screen showing some amazing decoration on both the screen and the wall above the chancel arch although the screen and the decoration are, I understand, Victorian.

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The Font, St. John the Baptist Church, Frome, Somerset, England, Great Britain
Frome, Somerset.

St. Nicholas Chapel (the Baptistry) and 13th century font in the shape of a quatrefoil and there are also fragments of 15th century stained glass in the window. The tiled floor is , I believe, Victorian and depicts the Seven Virtues and the Seven Deadly Sins.

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