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Brief description of church: A church almost completely rebuilt in 1873 with a wonderful spire added just a few years later (from the bottom of the tower to the top of the spire (including weathercock!) is 44 yards). The church has a simple interior, but is wonderfully well looked-after.
Main points of interest about the church: One is the tablet on the wall dated 1842, which remembers three men who died trying to rescue a ten year-old boy who had gone down an old mine-shaft
Address: ST13 7SY / Access & contacts? / Opening times: ?
Official website: ?
Relevant statutory websites: ? [e.g. English Heritage website etc (ones which knowledgeable church-crawlers will find the most useful) / OR ‘home’ websites, e.g. ‘Church Near You’ websites] – St Bartholomew’s on British Listed Buildings
Other links: ? [e.g. Wikipedia entry if there is one]
Enthusiasts’ webpages relating to this church: ?
Image galleries of this church: ? [e.g. enthusiasts’ Flickr sites or photo-blogs etc]
Others: ? [historian’s personal review / Pevsner link / etc e.g. a ‘Staffs Past Track’ entry if there is one]
Guide books & leaflets: Guide to St Bartholomew’s written by Butterton History Group [available in the church]
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