|The Church of St Lawrence, East Rounton, stands on the western side of the lane that runs north through the hamlet, at the northern end. It probably dates to the thirteenth century, and may have been partly built by lay workers from Mount Grace Carthusian Priory. In 1884, it was completely restored by Sir Lowthian Bell, an artistically aware patron who employed some of the leading figures of the Arts and Crafts movement. Much of the original masonry was re-used. [The History Files]|
St. Lawrence's Church is located at OS Grid Ref. NZ4217603371
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