January 5th 2017

St John the Baptist, Cirencester, often called the 'Cathedral of the Cotswolds'
is one of the largest and most elegant medieval churches in England
Cirencester - Aldsworth - Ampney Saint Mary - Bibury - Barnsley

1. South East Aisle Window, by Hardman & Co.
2. 'Genesis Window' by Hardman & Co. Trinity Chapel
3. 'The Fruit of the Mystic Rose' by Hugh Easton, 1937-8

St John the Baptist, Cirencester
1. 'St Andrew', 'St Stephen', 'St Paul', and 'St Philip' by Hardman & Co.
2. 'Melchizedeck', 'Aaron', 'John the Baptist' and 'St Timothy' by Hardman & Co., 1889.
3. 'The Presentation' - 'Joseph', 'Mary', 'Simeon' and 'Anna' by Hardman & Co.
4. 'Aaron', 'Joshua', 'David' and 'Isaiah' by Hardman & Co.

Trinity Chapel,
St John the Baptist, Cirencester
1. Altar, St Catherine's Chapel
2. 'The Boleyn Cup'. Given to Dr. Richard Master, Physician to Queen Elizabeth I, daughter of Anne Boleyn
3. Fan Vaulted Ceiling, St Catherine's Chapel
4. St Catherine's Chapel

St John the Baptist, Cirencester
1. Tomb of George Monax d.1638, Wool Merchant and Sheriff of London under Charles I
2. 3. Angel Corbel holding Heraldic Shield
4. C19th Four Manual Organ with work by Willis. Case designed by Sir George Gilbert Scott

St John the Baptist, Cirencester
Marriage Chest of 1539
Garstang Chapel
St John the Baptist, Cirencester
C15th 'Wine-glass' Pulpit
St John the Baptist, Cirencester
Reredos carved in Oberammergau and painted by William Butchart, 1905
St John the Baptist, Cirencester
Chancel Ceiling
St John the Baptist, Cirencester
Effigy in a Recess
St John the Baptist, Cirencester
Memorial to Thomas Masters
in the Lady Chapel
St John the Baptist, Cirencester
The Bridges Monument, in the
Lady Chapel. Humphrey Bridges, d.1598 and his wife, d.1620
by Samuel Baldwin
St. John the Baptist, Cirencester
Trinity Chapel constructed from 1430. East Wall has elaborate Reredos with canopied niches
St John the Baptist, Cirencester
Memorial Brass to Reginald Spycer, Merchant d.1442
Shown with his four wives, Margaret, Juliana, Margaret and Joan
St John the Baptist, Cirencester
Verger John Lawrence shows us the Crypt's Hidden Treasures
St John the Baptist, Cirencester
Memorial Brass to
William Prelatte d.1462,
and his wives Agnes and Joan
St John the Baptist, Cirencester
Brass Rubbings in the Crypt. St John the Baptist, Cirencester
St Bartholomew, Aldsworth
Church Micro 7206
South Porch Ceiling Decoration
St Bartholomew, Aldsworth
Animal Figure, Groteque Head and
Tudor Rose
St Bartholomew, Aldsworth
St Mary's Church, Bibury
Church Micro 10232
Mid-late C11th with 1863 restoration
by Sir George Gilbert Scott
St Mary's Church, Bibury
C13th Square Font
St Mary's Church, Bibury
10-bay Perpendicular
Tie-beam Roof
St Mary's Church, Bibury
West Window by
William Wailes
, 1874
St Mary's Church, Bibury
C16th Seat in Chancel,
said to be part of a bedstead
St Mary's Church, Bibury
Ornate Chair
St Mary's Church, Bibury
Ornate Chair
St Mary's Church, Bibury
Stained Glass Window designed by Karl Parsons
Used on the 1992 Christmas Stamp
St Mary's Church, Bibury
Arlington Row, Bibury
The Medieval Cottages were built in 1380. They appear on the inside cover of all
United Kingdom Passports
Er, which way?
N 51 45.447 W 001 50.264
Trout in the River Coln
Bibury Trout Farm. Covers 15 acres and produces 15 million trout a year
2. C18th Stone Stile with inward sloping piers allowing people access but not animals. St Mary the Virgin's Church, Barnsley, Gloucestershire
3. Poppyheads,
St Mary the Virgin's Church, Barnsley, Gloucestershire
4. Elizabethan Holy Table, St Mary the Virgin's Church, Barnsley, Gloucestershire

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