Caption for Amwell, the Church of St John the Baptist c1955
The small Norman church at Great Amwell stands close to the New River and contains a memorial to Robert Mylne, one of the engineers to the New River Company. The tower was added to the church in the 15th century, and later this was surmounted by a spire. The village stocks still survive near the church, and so does the pigeon-house to Amwellbury. This was converted to a tasteful dwelling during the 1990s by the Hertfordshire Building Preservation Trust.
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