St. Nicholas Church, Rotherfield Greys


Photographer: Jane Pryce

A part of the Nettlebed and Greys Benefice, St. Nicholas, Rotherfield Greys dates from Norman times, though due to major re-ordering in the Victorian era there is little left of the original architecture. The church contains an early font, circa 1200, a fine brass dedicated to Sir Robert de Grey, who died in 1387 and a magnificent monument in a side chapel to Sir Frances and Lady Knollys. In the churchyard there are some listed table tombs and an unusual brick covered grave. The Patron is Trinity College, Oxford.

For information about the church, please use the link - St Nicholas Church