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The Parish Church of St Thomas a'Becket

Not surprisingly, the Parish Church is (in part at least) the oldest building still standing in the village. The tower dates back to pre-Reformation times although the remainder of the church was rebuilt at the start of the 20th century.

Link to http://archive.hampsthwaite.org.uk/galleries/SimonCarlton/Church/images/simonpics_047.jpg

Below a photo of the church in times past . . .

Link to http://archive.hampsthwaite.org.uk/history/images/1000/OldChurch4_1000.jpg

. . . and an artist's view of the Georgian church:

Link to http://archive.hampsthwaite.org.uk/history/images/1000/ChurchOil1000.jpg
The Parish Church of St Thomas a'Becket

Not surprisingly, the Parish Church is (in part at least) the oldest building still standing in the village. The tower dates back to pre-Reformation times although the remainder of the church was rebuilt at the start of the 20th century.

Link to http://archive.hampsthwaite.org.uk/galleries/SimonCarlton/Church/images/simonpics_047.jpg