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St George’s church has been a centre of Christian worship for more than 800 years. Remnants of Norman doorways and windows can be seen, though now the interior is Gothic in style, re-created in 1876, with well-made carved chancel fittings and a painted barrel-vault ceiling. The Victorian organ made by a local craftsman is particularly fine in both appearance and tone. The extensive churchyard with its avenue of clipped yew-trees has many 17th to 19th century tombstones. A full survey of the inscriptions is available in the church.
The church seats about 130. Since 2013 the Benefiice of the Stanleys with Selsley.
St George's Avenue north side
Kings Stanley Stonehouse
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