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Hailes Church
Hailes Parish Church
51.969806° N, 1.928047° W

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  • Overview

    by Holly Hayes
    December 27, 2012

    The small Hailes Church stands on the edge of a field and next to one of the parking lots for Hailes Abbey visitors. It is a simple, aisleless chapel consisting of a nave and chancel. There are no carvings on the exterior. Entrance is through a small south porch. Inside, the most notable feature of Hailes Church is its collection of faded wall paintings, which were added in the 13th century after the church came under the ownership of Hailes Abbey. continue reading →

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  • A Weekend of English Abbeys and Churches

    Posted May 8, 2007 by Holly Hayes Part of: Graduate School in Oxford

    We had a very nice weekend trip for the May Bank Holiday. We saw some new things and got lots of photos for my website, but also relaxed and took it pretty easy (comparatively). We also stayed flexible, which was unusual - we chose a general direction and found a couple sights to aim for, then left it open from there.…

Bibliography of Hailes Church

  1. Hayes, Holly. “Hailes Church, Gloucestershire.” Sacred Destinations. Web.
  2. Lord Sudeley. A Guide to Hailes Church: Near Winchcombe Gloucestershire. Print.
  3. rvcapinta. “Medieval Hailes Church.” Findery. April 20, 2012. Web.

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Holly Hayes
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October 8, 2013
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July 11, 2014

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