Friday 26 January 2024

Churches (208) : St Helen, Clifford Chambers

The parish church of St Helen in Clifford Chambers, Warwickshire has existed since the late 11th century with a rebuilding in the mid-12th. Surviving traces of the church's Norman origins include the nave doorways and a pillar piscina (a basin for washing communion vessels). The church's west tower has perpendicular features. The church has a north vestry and a south porch.

The church is made from rubble and Cotswold stone. It was restored in 1886.