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St Giles

Pipe Aston,

Tiny, remote and very rural, the church here has a great treasure: a Norman tympanum showing the Lamb of God flanked by a griffin and a winged bull. It is thought to have been sculpted by one of the mason-sculptors who later worked at Kilpeck. The little church is full of interest, including several Norman architectural features, a 12th-century font, 14th-century nave roof and fragments of wall painting.

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