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A gracious church for gentlefolk
The town centre church of St Swithun, rebuilt in 1734 is an elegant, perfectly preserved early Georgian gem.
Inside, it is airy and open with box pews, a gallery and an attractive arched ceiling.
The carved three-decker pulpit, topped by a gilded pelican feeding her young, is a work of art, and the 1795 organ by the Gray Brothers of London is Grade I listed. The tall Tudor tower remains from the old church.
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St Swithun’s Church, Worcester
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