Kelvedon, Church of St. Mary the Virgin, Photos

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Pictures from the Essex village of Kelvedon and the Anglican Parish Church of St. Mary the Virgin. St. Mary the Virgin church is a distinguished Grade I listed building, tracing its origins back to the 11th century.

With a seating capacity exceeding 300 the church provides ample space for congregants.

The church boasts a robust peal of 8 bells, with the tenor bell specifically cast for the 1951 Festival of Britain.

While the original churchyard no longer serves as a burial ground, an extension on the opposite side of Church Street accommodates burials. The church's historical presence on this site spans over 850 years, originating not long after the Conquest by Duke William of Normandy.
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