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Guided Tour of Ewelme Church -Postponed
Wednesday 25 March 2020

Guided tour of Ewelme Church



Wednesday 25 March 2020 

10.30 – 12.00

Cost: £8 to include coffee and cake

Ewelme is a wonderful example of a cluster of medieval English buildings with the church of a piece with its setting, amid almshouse and school, rectory and village.  A stream below burgeons with watercress beds. Ewelme belonged to Thomas Chaucer, son of the poet Geoffrey Chaucer, and then to his daughter Alice, whose husband was Duke of Suffolk. The Ewelme Trust was set up in 1437 with a royal license from Henry VI and exists to this day.

Alice de la Pole’s tomb, a dazzling work of late-Gothic carving, is unique and cut entirely of alabaster. The upper section is a conventional, solid tomb chest, decorated with figures of angels set under canopies. Supported on this is a full length effigy of the Duchess, wearing her ducal coronet and the Order of the Garter round her left forearm.

 No transport provided.  Meet at the church.

Tickets available at  February  meeting.