St Mary's nave
St Mary's nave

Looking down the nave of St Mary's towards the tower at the western end

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St Mary's pulpit
St Mary's pulpit

The church's pulpit features fine Jacobean carving

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Anglo-Saxon tomb in St Mary's Church
Anglo-Saxon tomb in St Mary's Church

Discovered during renovation work in the NW corner of St Mary's Church, this Anglo-Saxon tomb is a Christian burial pre-dating the present church building

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St Mary's nave
St Mary's nave

Looking down the nave of St Mary's towards the tower at the western end

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ST MARY'S CHURCH

Consecrated in January 1094 by Anselm, Archbishop of Canterbury, St Mary's Church is Harrow's oldest and most prominent building, dominating the skyline and visible for 10 miles and more.