Stenton The Essential
Interesting
This linear village stretches between the grassy West Square, overlooked by an old school building, and East Square, with its rare public scales once used to weigh wool. In the churchyard, the 16C tower (topped by two saw-tooth gables and a dovecote at its highest section) stands on the site of a church replaced in 1828 by a neo-Gothic parish church designed by William Burn.