St Martin's Church, Preston Gubbals, Shropshire
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A survivor of re-modelling
This charming church has been remodelled many times.
It was originally the chancel of a medieval church. When a large new church was added to it in 1866, St Martin's became its south aisle. Then the new church was demolished leaving this building. A beautifully preserved fourteenth-century engraved tomb slab and a seventeenth-century font survived the changes.
Outside, on the south side, a sundial has been created - possibly in the early nineteenth century - on the base of a churchyard cross.