Church of St Mary, Acklam

Church of St Mary, Acklam

The church of St. Mary was entirely rebuilt in 1876 in the style of the 15th century. There is over the west gable an octagonal turret, surmounted by a short stone spire, containing one bell. The church is at least the third on the site, having replaced an 18th-century building described by Graves as a ‘small modern structure,’ consisting of chancel and nave, which about 1776 took the place of a medieval structure of uncertain date.

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