St Michael's Church, Cotham, Nottinghamshire

Cotham, Newark, Nottinghamshire, NG23 5JS
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Cotham St. Michael - Your Church Tour


You can now help support the work of the Churches Conservation Trust in caring for St Michael's by text:

To donate £5 please send COT to 70970

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A church set in picturesque countryside

Surrounded by picturesque countryside, you reach medieval St Michael's by walking along a country lane, over a stile and across a field.

It has a wonderful mix of windows in different Gothic styles. The tower and the west part of the nave were pulled down in the latter part of the eighteenth-century leaving the basic layout we see today.

Careful investigation reveals two fourteenth-century monuments partially hidden in the south wall. The two uppermost corbel stones on the west wall of the nave suggest the position of a gallery, long since vanished. Below these are three carved medieval corbel stone 'faces' rescued from the old church.