Church - Church Stiffkey St. John the Baptist
Stiffkey St. John The Baptist

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The ruins of another church, St. Marys, stand in the same churchyard as St. John The Baptist. 

Made famous by an infamous rector Reverend Harold Davidson who became a national scandal in the 1930s for his alleged involvement with prostitutes.If you want to use any of the images on this site - Click the Photography Link.

With impressive parapets. 

There is a monument to Nathaniel Bacon the owner of Stiffkey Hall in black marble dated 1615 inside the church. 

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From the churchyard one can see the remains of a ruined tower.  This is part of the old Stiffkey Hall which stands in the grounds of the current Stiffkey Hall, which is a private residence.