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Saint Nicholas' Church

The parish church of Ibstone stands separate from the rest of the village. The village name is Anglo Saxon in origin and means 'Hibba's boundary stone', referring to the boundary with Oxfordshire. At the time of King Edward the Confessor the village was in the possession of Tovi, thane of the king, and was called Hibestanes

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A very unusual looking church John. i'm guessing it is very old.
  • Chris
  • England
  • 27 Nov 2012, 09:13
A lovely looking scene John. I think I've been there but cannot now remember when...
A fine shot John, but what a rather unusual shaped church.
A beautiful scene you've shot here John! It looks familiar, I have taken a few walks from Ibstone, but not for a while - it's a lovely area smile

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