Church of St Mary the Virgin, Ringmer :: Shared Description

There has probably been a church in Ringmer on the present site for at least 1000 years. The earliest part of the fabric to which an estimated date can be given is the nave arcade. The arches are Early English in style and are therefore probably 13th century; the first name on the incomplete list of Vicars is Richard with a date of 1233.

The two chapels (the Lady Chapel to the N of the Sanctuary and the Springett Chapel to the S) were built to be chantry chapels shortly before the reformation at the start of the 16th century.

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by Paul Gillett
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TQ4412 : St Mary's churchyard by Paul Gillett
TQ4412 : Church of St Mary the Virgin, Ringmer by Paul Gillett
TQ4412 : Church of St Mary the Virgin by Paul Gillett
TQ4412 : Church of St Mary the Virgin by Paul Gillett


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Created: Sat, 10 Sep 2011, Updated: Sat, 10 Sep 2011

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