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Adderbury Church (St Mary)Adderbury Church (St Mary)
Adderbury, England, UK

Church. Early C13 and early C14; chancel and vestry 1409-19 by Richard Winchcombe for New College Oxford; chancel restored c.1831 by J.C. Buckler; nave restored c.1866 by Sir G.G.

Avebury ChurchAvebury Church
Avebury, England, UK

Located just outside the famous stone circle, St James Church is the parish church of Avebury village. Primarily 12th-century Norman, it also has some surviving Saxon features.

Beverley MinsterBeverley Minster
Beverley, England, UK

One of the finest Gothic churches in England, the cathedral-sized Beverley Minster spans the Early English, Decorated and Perpendicular Gothic periods.

Bladon ChurchBladon Church
Bladon, England, UK

This parish church near Woodstock in Oxfordshire is best known as the burial place of Sir Winston Churchill.

Cassington ChurchCassington Church
Cassington, England, UK
early 12th cent.

Founded in the early 12th century, Cassington Church was served by ministers from Christ Church, Oxford. Today it retains its single nave and many original Norman elements.

Church of All SaintsChurch of All Saints
Bakewell, England, UK

Church, originally of collegiate status. C12 and C13 possibly incorporating some Saxon masonry; C14 and C15 additions; tower and transepts rebuilt 1841-52 by William Flockton of Sheffield who replicated the medieval design; nave arcades replaced 1852 by Weightman and Hadfield of Sheffield; chancel restored 1879-82 by Gilbert Scott the younger.

Church of Holy TrinityChurch of Holy Trinity
Long Melford, England, UK

A magnificent example of late perpendicular clerestoryed nave and chancel rebuilt on the site of an earlier church between circa 1460 and circa 1495. The 5 west bays have the C14 piers of the earlier church.

Church of Saint MaryChurch of Saint Mary
Warwick, England

Nave, transepts and tower rebuilt by Sir William Wilson in 1697-1704 after destruction in the great fire of 1694. Design supervised and perhaps modified by Sir Christopher Wren. This curious and interesting building retains much of the Gothic spirit although details and mouldings are Renaissance in character. Late C14 chancel. Norman crypt.

Church of St Pancras
Exeter, England, UK

Medieval fabric including largely C13 work. 1887-9 chancel arch rebuilt at the restoration by J L Pearson.