Helsington – St John’s Church
The masonry from St John’s church is thought to date from 1726. What you see now is mainly from restorations of 1898 or 1910.
The side windows are in pairs, with common lintels. There is a nave and chancel as one section, and a bellcote.
There is one stained glass window – the East window – of the Crucifixion.
Photos by Matthew Emmott.
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