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Tudor Church

  • 60 people
  • 4 hr min
Ingrave, UK
This fascinating church is built of mellow red Tudor brick and stands in magnificent isolation with wide views to the Thames. The Tyrells of nearby Heron Hall rebuilt the Norman church in the fifteenth century and were buried here for four centuries. Years of decay, theft and vandalism followed until the All Saints Society and the Trust rescued the church in the 1970s. There is an exquisite memorial slab to Lady Alice Tyrell (who died in 1422) and a little chantry containing the tomb of Sir Thomas Tyrell (who died in 1476) and his wife. Also to be seen are curious galleried upper rooms in the transepts, one with a Tudor fireplace which may have housed a resident priest.

Category and style



Location Rules

No adult filming
No smoking


Exposed Beams
Wood Doors
Inlaid/Patterns Floor
Stone Floor
Tiles Floor
Brick Walls
White Walls
Whitewashed Walls

Crew access

Street Level


  • Q: What's the maximum attendees I can have at this location?

    A: Henry allows 60 attendees on location

  • Q: What types of activities are allowed at this location?

    A: Henry allows production, events and meetings

Exact location provided after booking
from £25/hr