Clavering - St Mary & St Clement
This fine large Perpendicular church is built of flint rubble and is entirly embattled, with a west tower that has angle buttresses. The roofs are original with low pitched cambered tie-beams, and have interesting head corbels as well as carved wooden angels below the rafters. The chancel screen of c.1450 has beautifully crafted tracery, and has remains of paintings on the dado panels (Anthony with pig, Lawrence with gridiron, and Agnes with lamb).
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