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The Parish church is quite large and probably twelfth century in origin. There are many periods or architecture present but it is mainly fifteenth century in date. There are battlements, flint and stone dressings and a slate roof. The west doorway has stone head stops of kings and queens by Henry Moore, created in 1953. The church has a Moore commemorative stained glass window inside on the nave wall.

King and Queen



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Parish Church of St Andrew


Parish Church of St Andrew

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Grade I (England and Wales)

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Located at

Church Lane, Much Hadham

SG12 8AQ

Set either side of the church doors.