St. Nicolas Parish Church

Newbury, Berkshire England UK

Church of England (Anglican)

Church Website

The church is early 16th century, built by wool merchant Jack O'Newbury (John Smalwode) between 1500 and 1532. It replaces an earlier Norman building (1086). Cromwell used the church as a stable, prison and hospital after the Second Battle of Newbury, destroying all 'Popish' elements.

More photos here and here, including all the windows