Church of St Swithin, Lower Quinton

Description of this historic site

The Church of St Swithin, Lower Quinton was erected in the Medieval period. It was altered structurally in the 12th and 14th centuries and underwent restoration in the Victorian era.

Notes about this historic site

1 A Norman church.
2 Interior is earlier than exterior. Norman S arcade of two bays, with round piers. The N arcade is late 12th century. The chancel is Early English and the chancel arch early 14th century. The lowest part of the W tower is also early 14th century. The top of the steeple is Perpendicular.
3 Restored in the Victorian period.
4 In normal use.

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