Edwalton by Denise Amos


Parish church of the Holy Rood

The parish church.
The parish church.

The church consists of brick west tower, stone nave (with clerestory) and south aisle, brick south porch, chancel and vestry. The tower dates from the mid-16th century. The chancel was built on the foundations of the medieval one (which had fallen down by the C17th century) by architects Brewill and Baily in 1894. The vestry was built by John Severn in the late 1990s.

The core fabric probably dates from the C13/14th centuries with C14th south aisle arcade. The north wall is complex, the core probably dating from C13th century.

Edwalton Hall

Edwalton Hall Hotel.
Edwalton Hall.

Built as a house by the architect A. W. Brewill for himself, c.1907 and extended in 1958. Built in 18th century Domestic Revival style. Currently apartments and mews.


The Old Post Office

A house dating to the C17 with a late C17 or early C18 extension.


There are two Almshouses on Village Street which were built in 1927 by Oliver Hind in memory of his parents and also his brother Lawrence and cousin, Jessie Francis Montagu Hind, who were both killed in the First World War.