Holy Trinity Doynton

The church is situated in the middle of the village
The church dates back to Saxon times and was largely rebuilt between 1864 and 1867.

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Holy Trinity, Doynton is a Grade II listed building.
It features 12th century herringbone masonry on the south wall – rather unique in this part of the country.
It also has a 12th century leper window, again situated in the south wall and has a 13th century Lady Chapel.