Withcote Chapel, Withcote, Leicestershire
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A stunning Tudor chapel with windows fit for a king
This delightful early sixteenth-century chapel stands in wooded countryside near a Georgian manor. A towerless, pinnacled box made from pale gold ironstone, it looks like a miniature King's College Chapel, Cambridge.
The impressive interior was refurbished around 1744 and has changed little since. The walls are wood-panelled and the pews elegantly carved. But its most spectacular treasure is its stained glass, thought to be by Gaylon Hone, Henry VIII's glazier.
A donation can be made towards the conservation of this church by texting WCE to 70970 to donate £5, or 70191 to donate £10. Thank you for your support