You're viewing this item in the new Europeana website. View this item in the original Europeana.

St. Mary Magdalene Church, Lammas Road, Sutton in Ashfield, 1868

The original Norman building seems to have been a plain aisleless church, and certainly occupied the site of the present building. During the general restoration which took place in 1868, an arch stone (now built into the west wall) was found. It was surmounted by the typical Norman chevron or zig-zag ornamentation, and may have come from the chancel arch of the Norman building. The pillar piscine…