A Church as it should be? Victorian Restoration in South West England

By Michael Weller

Issue 01 (New Series), Summer 2018 pp 32-38

‘In this paper Weller demonstrates, chiefly with “examples from the parishes in and around Bristol and Somerset, that the older church buildings we see today, whilst for the most part still possessing a Medieval structural core, have undergone varying degrees of transformation, sometimes including partial or occasionally total demolition, during the Victorian Age”‘.

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