St. Michael's Church, Sutton Bonington, is a 13th-century Grade II Listed building. It consists of a nave of four bays with clerestory, chancel, aisles, south porch and an embattled, Perpendicular west tower with a lofty spire 135 feet high, and a clock and six bells. The south aisle has circular piers with moulded capitals, the north aisle octagonal piers with leaf capitals. The arches are identical each side. Round the base of the piers are stone seats, a foot high.
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