Corringham St Mary

Corringham church seems to have begun life as a herringbone style nave and chancel.  The west end of the chancel survives as does the nave wall around the south porch and supposedly flanking the tower entrance of a very Romanesque arch.  Later the nave was heightened and a tower built, allegedly before 1120.  The fourteenth century north aisle saw the demolition of the nave north wall.


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