Many Faces of Weeton Church

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St. Barnabas, Weeton, North Yorkshire, England.  These stone heads form label stops on arched dripstones (my casual research often turns up the most fascinating information).

I visited the church to get inside but, like many churches, it was locked.  I was quite taken by the series of stone heads around the church, each carved to a particular likeness.  I’m sure with future research (not likely in the short term) I may be able to identify the individuals – I suspect some will be patrons of the church.

———Stephen———-

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