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St Nicolas Parish Church

Church of England (Anglican)

North Stoneham, Hampshire

England UK

St Nicholas Church, built around 1600 and restored in 1826 and in the late 1800s, had rare stained glass windows that were blown-out in a World War II air raid. Sir Thomas Fleming, one of the lawyers who tried Guy Fawkes, and Lord Hawke, founder of the British Navy, are buried in the churchyard. St Nicolas is the Parish Church of North Stoneham and Bassett, with All Saints, Winchester Road, and St Michael and All Angels, Bassett Avenue.

More photos of the church and of the stained glass windows
The church has three gables, aisles that continue into chapels
The church seen by the lych gate
Tower, with one-hand clock, has a ring of ten bells
Photo: Martin Baxter <a href="http://www.hampshirechurchwindows.co.uk/showchurch.php?id=259" target="new" class="link">Hampshire Church Windows</a>
One hand clock, a reminder that time was once counted in hours, not minutes