Hanworth Church Building
The church dates from Saxon times (there is Saxon stonework in the north chancel wall) with major alterations in the 14th century. The nave and south aisles date from the 15th Century as does the tower with its bell frame holding 5 bells.
Electricity has never been laid on to the Church.
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Points of Interest
Worthy of note during your visit are:
- the East window depicting St Bartholomew
- the paintings in the Chancel
- the organ requiring bellows
- the holy water stoup in the porch
- the ancient parish chest
- the memorial urn to Harriet Charnock
- the 17th Century grave slabs, including one to Robert Doughty who died aged 2 and his younger brother who died aged 11 months.