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St Agnes Church, Freshwater
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St. Agnes' Church, Freshwater is a parish church in the Church of England located in Freshwater, Isle of Wight.HistoryThe church dates from 1908 and is by the architect Isaac Jones.Tennyson's son, Hallam donated land for a new church in Freshwater Bay. Hallam's wife Audrey suggested that the church be named for St. Agnes. St. Agnes Church was consecrated 12 August 1908. It is the only thatched church on the Isle of Wight.The stone used to build the Church came from an old and derelict farm house on Hooke Hill, Freshwater, and the date stone 1622 was incorporated into the vestry wall, thus rather misleading those who may think the Church belonged to the 17th century".Parish statusThe church is in a united parish with All Saints' Church, Freshwater.OrganA specification of the organ can be found on the National Pipe Organ Register.A visit to St Agnes Church represents just the start of the adventure when you use our Freshwater itinerary maker to plot your vacation.
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lovely thatched and wood church very photogenic and worth a look inside beware traffic though as no pavement on that side of the road
This charming church boasts to be the only thatched church on the island. There is a wonderful atmosphere inside the simple chancel and nave construction. The stalls have arts and crafts carvings.
It's a very small church which was apparently built from the stones of a local derelict manor house so it's not anywhere near as old as it looks, BUT it is one of a very few (3) thatched churches in E... read more »
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