High Hurstwood was registered for worship in 1872. Sadly the church was locked on the day of our visit.
The single storey vestry extension next to the flag pole was added, according to a plaque in the wall, as a thank offering for the jubilee of King George V on May 6th 1935, the stone being laid by Edith Harding.
The church is situated on a steeply rising no through road, the photo below was taken from above the church - the nice curved design of the apse is apparent. I love the clock tower above the porch.
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