SESSAY CHURCH OF ENGLAND SCHOOL AND MASTERS HOUSE, CHURCH LANE

The slim tower and wide roofs would certainly feature again in later work. Moreover, as happened regularly with Butterfield’s commissions, the church was only the most important part of the work requested here, for at Sessay he was also responsible for the lych-gate and the school, the latter of which is still in use as such today.

Sessay Church of England Voluntary Controlled Primary School

See 1 photo from 4 visitors to Sessay Church.

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Children from Sessay Primary School visited their local church with creative writer John Wedgwood-Clarke and then produced their own creative work. You can read some of their poems and imaginative …

Sessay - English Church Architecture

On the day that the children from Sessay Primary School visited the church, it was filled with bright winter sunlight which shone through the richly-coloured stained glass windows. With guidance from the creative writer, the children drew and wrote about some of the intricate and intriguing objects they had found, and listened to the sounds of the church. You can read some examples of their work by following the link at the bottom of the page.

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The Church of St Cuthbert in Sessay dates from 1847-8, but the building contains remnants of much older churches, such as the sixteenth-century brass plaque in the chancel floor. This brass commemorates Master Thomas Magnus, Archdeacon of the East Riding and parson of the church, who died in 1550. If you look closely at the image of the brass below, you can see Thomas’s coat of arms beneath the figure of the priest.

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