Not the most awe inspiring picture but there you go. It was the only one of the outside I took
Nestled in the heart of Evesham’s historic centre, St Lawrence’s Church is part of a triptych of stunning architectural buildings, alongside the parish church of All Saints and the great perpendicular bell tower of the abbey.
The church - of Norman foundation but largely rebuilt in the 18th century - is imposing from the outside, displaying a great six-light window with elaborate tracery.
Once you step inside the true extent of detailed craftwork is revealed. Coloured light reflects throughout the chancel from the breath-taking stained glass windows that dominate the east wall. Depicting the last supper and the resurrection, they were designed by some of the most celebrated stained glass artists of the last 150 years.
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