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St. Helen's Information Board.
St. Helen,s information board.
[May 2016]

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View towards the altar.
[July 2012]

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The chair upon which the highwayman Nevison was sleeping when he was captured.
[July 2012]

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The Pilkington Chapel.
[July 2012]

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The Nevison Companion Chair in the Waterton Chapel.
[July 2012]


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The nave towards the altar.
[July 2012]

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The north aisle.
[July 2012]

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The roof of the nave has a very high pitch.
[July 2012]

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The baptismal font.
[July 2012]

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Window depicting the Virgin Mary and the infant Jesus.
[July 2012]

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The Tree of Life.
[May 2016]

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The southern side of St. Helen's.
[July 2012]

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The nave towards the font.
[July 2012]

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View from the south east.
[July 2012]

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View from the east.
[July 2012]

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The sundial.
[July 2012]

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View towards the church from Sandal Castle. The church tower is visible left of centre, behind the houses.
[March 2009]

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The northern side of St. Helen's.
[July 2012]

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The Waterton Chapel.
[July 2012]

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A cat enjoying the solitude.
[July 2012]

 

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