HISTORIC CHURCH TOWER DATES BACK TO 1166
VISITORS to a heritage open day took the opportunity to explore an historic church tower.
The octagonal stone structure at All Saints Church in Dilhorne, which dates back to 1166, proved to be a popular attraction.
Visitors also had the chance to see the workings of the century-old clock and six bells described as ‘the treasure on Dilhorne’s doorstep’.
The event was part of the heritage open days initiative and ran alongside a campaign to raise awareness of the contribution of churches to local communities.
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