Church of Saint Peter, Wenhaston
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Church of Saint Peter, Wenhaston

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Church of Saint Peter, Wenhaston

Most famous for the remains of the panting of the Last Judgement (the Doom)

Which used to fill the Arch to the Chancel and was discovered under whitewash in tha late XIX century. Now standing in the North Aisle.

Good woodcarving of XVII century in the pulpit and also a fine font 

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