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St. Thomas, Bedhampton, Hampshire


The church of St. Thomas is an ancient structure of flint, with stone dressings in the Gothic style, consisting of chancel, nave, north aisle, south porch, vestry and a western turret containing one bell: the nave is separated from the chancel by a fine old Norman arch, and has tablets to the Lee-Warner family: the organ was provided in 1873: in the chancel is a stained window, presented by Frederick Lightfoot and Richard Hewett esqrs.: the church was restored and a vestry and porch added, and the churchyard enlarged, at a total cost of £1,000, and in 1878 a north aisle was erected at a cost of £800: there are 290 sittings.

Church Records

The register dates from the year 1688.

St. Thomas

Denomination:Church of England