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Scans from photos taken in 1992 when I was organist at the church in the village of Ripple (near Upton on Severn). I don't think there was one upright wall in the place though I believe they have done some work on it since then. It was my first organist post and I loved the place!
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Jul 27 2012 09:07 GMT Foggydew
Full of atmosphere!
Jul 27 2012 10:57 GMT fotoloekb PRO
A nice old church!
Jul 27 2012 11:38 GMT olaholypatr
Uso de Cookies :
Jul 27 2012 12:23 GMT julie13
Lovely old church
Jul 27 2012 13:19 GMT wijnie58
Beautiful old church..:-))
Jul 27 2012 13:54 GMT hans55 PRO
a wonderful old church !! ... and graveyard !!!
Jul 27 2012 14:07 GMT martini957
Village of Ripple....awesome church
Jul 27 2012 14:08 GMT jomoud PRO
I like this image a lot.
The church had a 1600's look to it. When was it built???
This photo coupled with the interior shot make for a terrific entry.
I hope you and Stephen will have a happy weekend
Jul 27 2012 18:23 GMT Sheila PRO
"St Mary's is the biggest medieval church in Worcestershire. The tower, transepts, nave and aisle date from the late 12th century and represent the transition from Norman to Early English architecture. The chancel was rebuit in the 13th century and has fine lancet windows and a superb collection of 15th century misericords, carved locally and depicting seasonal village activities. The west window is by Charles Eamer Kempe and there is also a memorial window to Brigadier Peter Young, the Founder of "The Sealed Knot". Simon Jenkins thinks this is one of England's 1000 best churches."

http://www.misericords.co.uk/ripple.html (Misericords were for people to perch their bottoms on without looking as though they were sitting down!
Aug 04 2012 13:36 GMT GeoffReeves
Gorgeous...I just love old churches.

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