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Churches which still retain west gallery features or connections

Barham, St Giles A tiny church and an unspoilt interior. The north aisle was added in 1850 and is filled with box-pews in the Georgian fashion, as is the nave as well.
Leighton Bromswold, St Mary "A true Protestant preaching place . . . with 16th C. furnishings. Twin pulpits or ambones . . . from the Jacobean period" (CEPC)
Old Weston, Dedication not known Wall paintings and an old font and cover. Box pews.

Churches which are known to have had west gallery features or connections

none so far . . .
Asterisks denote churches in preparation



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