A small 13th-century church above the River Till, St Andrew's retains its original 13th-century font. The building is constructed of flint and stone in an attractive chequerboard pattern, and consists of a nave, a very small chancel, south porch, and wooden bell turret. Rollestone's chief claim to fame is that Jane Seymour, later to become one of Henry VIII's six wives, was baptised here.
Old Rectory, Shrewton, Rollestone, Wiltshire, England, SP3 4HG
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Heritage Highlight: 13th century font - was Jane Seymour baptised in it?
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