St Nicholas, Nicholaston, SA3 2HL
The earlier church was nearer the sea, and the present one built in the 14th century. A medieval tombstone stands in the porch, and the font is probably the original Norman from the first church. In 1894, the Talbot family had the church rebuilt and refurbished so that it appears almost entirely late Victorian. Much of the decoration is very ornate carved wood and marble, and the alabaster reredos is particularly attractive.
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If you are looking to stamp your pilgrimage passport for this church, the relevant stamp for each church is located in a box at or near the church door, or in some cases the box may be attached to a nearby tree or notice board.
For a more detailed history of this church, click HERE