Great Bromley - Saint George's
Saint George's Church, Great Bromley
Great Bromley Church, sometimes proudly called the Cathedral of the Tendring Hundred, is a fine example of East Anglian gothic architecture of the 14th and 15th centuries. Its oldest parts are the South aisle (including the entrance doorway within the porch), the south arcade of the nave and the chancel.
These are of the 14th century (though the chancel was much restored and altered in the 19th C). The massive tower, the north aisle and north arcade of the nave, the south chapel and the south porch are of the 15th century. The clerestory windows ranged above the arches of the nave were built in about 1500, as was the magnificent double hammerbeam roof that spans the nave.. Saint George's Church Website
The Fine Art PrintAn 8 x 10inch high quality print from the Original set behind glass in a 14 x 11inchs frame with choice of mount colour. The quoted price includes courier costs. Please allow 7 to 10 working days for dispatch and delivery.
We can also supply you with the same 8 x 10 print laminated ready for you to frame. £6.95pp
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