St Lawrence's Tower, York, North Yorkshire

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Hull Road, York, North Yorkshire, YO10 3BN
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Please note that this is a tower only with no visitor access to interior
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The only surviving remnant of a medieval church

This impressive tower has a Norman doorway, with carvings of foliage and grotesque faces from the old church of St Lawrence, re-erected here when that church was demolished. An attractive parapet was added to the top of the tower in the fifteenth century but removed during the twentieth.

Your support and generosity is what helps us keep the doors to these special places open. We could not do it without you.If you would like to donate to the upkeep and maintenance of Old St Lawrence's please text YSL to 70970 to donate £5 or to 70191 to give £10 every donation really does make a difference to these beautiful churches. Thank You.

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