Church of St Owen, Bromham, Bedfordshire facts for kids
The church is a 17th-century building and stands in a parkland setting. There is an alabaster tomb and a triple brass in the chancel.
The north wall dates from the 13th century, while the tower dates from the 15th century.
In 1740, Lord Trevor donated a library collection to the church, which used to be upstairs.
The church's adjoining Dyve chapel was built in 1868. Some window restorations were also made in the same year.
In 1906, a fire badly damaged the church, though repairs were made.
On 13 July 1964 the church became a Grade I listed building.
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