Hatfield: St Leonard

One of the three oldest churches in the county of Herefordshire, St Leonards dates to well before the Norman Conquest and was recorded in the Domesday Book of 1086. The most obvious reminder of the age of the church is herringbone masonry in the north wall, and the blocked north doorway, topped by a fragmented lintel made up of three roughly-hewn blocks of stone with a tympanum made from square stones set on a diagonal angle to form a trellis pattern.

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Monthly. Every Second Sunday at for 1 hour
Hatfield: St Leonard
Hatfield Leominster, HR6 0SF, United Kingdom

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