Saint Michael's Cotham

Saint Michael's Cotham

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The church is now redundant and in the care of the Church Conservation Trust, but it is still used from time to time, such as harvest and Christmas, for worship and the churchyard is still open.

The approach to Saint Michael's Cotham

It is in a wonderfully peaceful setting across a field well back from the road.

The East Window
The Good Samaritan Window

The Markhams were the great family of Cotham. Their memorial has been removed to St Mary's Newark. The present church is much reduced in size since their day. The tower and aisles have gone, but there are some fine windows giving several examples of different Medieval Tracery.

The Old School Room Cotham

Normally the congregation meets in the old Victorian school, which is now a worship centre.

The Font
The Sanctuary
The Altar
The Pulpit
The Roof
The Old Plough outside St. Michael's
The Old Stove Heater

The West End
The Left Head
The Central Head
The Right Head
The West End and its Heads

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