It is often thought that Cromwell’s statue – erected in 1899 to a design by Sir William Thornycroft – is avoiding the gaze of the Monarch he condemned to death. However, the bust of King Charles I was donated to the Church by The Society of King Charles the Martyr in 1956 – so sadly not true!
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