View of the exterior of the 12th century Norman Chapel at Lotherton Hall from the south side. The entrance and gabled bellcote date from the 18th century but the original entrance on the north side is late 12th century. The narrow window in the south wall of the nave is also Norman and has a semi-circular arched lintel. There is another on the north side of the chancel, (not seen). There are a pair of windows with two lights, one in the nave, left, and one in the chancel, right. These two windows were inserted to give more light and are thought to be 14th century. The porte cochere, the entrance to Lotherton Hall, is visible at the right edge.
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