Dilton Marsh, Holy Trinity Church c.1955

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Caption for Dilton Marsh, Holy Trinity Church C1955: This village is fortunate to have a fine Norman-style church in a splendid setting alongside the main road. It was built in 1844 by T H Wyatt; he added a square imitation Norman font, which he presented on completion of the building. The huge crossing tower dominates the sandstone church, which consists of apse, transepts, nave and a zigzag doorway. The small trees in this photograph are no longer there.

An extract from Wiltshire Churches Photographic Memories.

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March 1973 – Life at the Fairways Dilton Marsh Not too long after moving in I found out that the area near where we lived was in fact known locally as ‘The Tanyard’ and now years later there is a new road where the tannery was called Tanyard Way. The local school which was just a modest walk up the High (...Read full memory)

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Caption for Dilton Marsh, Holy Trinity Church C1955: This village is fortunate to have a fine Norman-style church in a splendid setting alongside the main road. It was built in 1844 by T H Wyatt; he added a square imitation Norman font, which he presented on completion of the building. The huge crossing tower dominates the sandstone church, which consists of apse, transepts, nave and a zigzag doorway. The small trees in this photograph are no longer there.

An extract from Wiltshire Churches Photographic Memories.

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