Wath

St. Mary

Most of the present church dates back to the 13th and 14th centuries, but there is evidence of much earlier stonework in the building. The church also contains much Victorian stained glass, some interesting memorial brasses and a fine monument by the famous sculptor Flaxman. It has two fonts – one inside the church and one (supposedly Saxon) outside the church! A staircase in the vestry leads to the first floor room where once the priest lived. It is grade 2* and seats 220.