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St Lugna, Cadamstown

Church

Romanesque corbel set into the facade of the 19thc. Roman Catholic Church along with a  later medieval carved head, and two pieces of chevron, incorporated ...

All Saints, Caddington, Bedfordshire

Parish church

The church has chancel (with modern vestry on N), nave, N and S aisles and W tower. The 13thc. chancel (extended in the 14thc.), has ...

St Mary, Callington, Cornwall

Parish church

St Mary's is an impressive church that dominates the town centre. The church guide states it was built in 1438, whilst Pevsner gives the date ...

St Wilfrid, Calverley, Yorkshire, West Riding

Parish church

Calverley lies midway between Bradford and Leeds and overlooks the River Aire. Built in local gritstone, the large church of St Wilfrid appears to be ...

St Wilfrid, Calverton, Nottinghamshire

Parish church

The church consists of a nave, chancel and W tower with S porch and a 20thc. vestry in the N angle of tower and nave. ...

St Peter, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire

Parish church

St Peter's looks like what it is; a tiny rural church, which has been overtaken by the 19thc. expansion of Cambridge N of Northampton Street ...

St Mary the Less, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire

Parish church

The present church consists of a single-unit mid-14thc. rectangular church with no aisles, a S vestry with a crypt below and a stair above linking ...

St Mary Magdalene, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire

Chapel, formerly Leper Hospital Chapel

St Mary Magdalene is a rare example of a substantially complete 12thc. chapel, surviving on a most unlikely site on the busy Newmarket Road, alongside ...

Holy Sepulchre, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire

Parish church

12thc. circular aisled nave with unlighted gallery and central ribbed dome on a lighted drum. To this is attached a rectangular two-bay aisled chancel, originally ...

St Botolph, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire

Parish church

The church is substantially of the 14thc. and consists of a nave with aisles of c.1400 to which a S porch and S chapel were ...

St James, Cameley, Somerset

Redundant parish church

Remarkably sequestered in the upper valley of the Cam Brook, the tiny hamlet consists of little more than church, manor house and farm. Although only ...

Camma

Church (ruin)

A ruined, single-cell church. Romanesque sculpture is found on the exterior E window

St Mary Magdalene, Campsall, Yorkshire, West Riding

Parish church

A large church with at least two main phases of 12th-century building identifiable: at first it had a cruciform plan; later, nave aisles enclosing a west ...

St Mary, Cannington, Somerset

Parish church

Cannington is a large village towards the centre of the county, administratively in West Somerset and just 2.7 miles NW of Bridgwater. It is 3½ ...

St Brigid, Cannistown (Ardsallagh)

Ruined parish church

Nave and chancel church. The chancel (22.4 m x 7 m) is rubble-built with sandstone dressings with a possibly 13thc. door in the S wall ...

St Wilfrid, Cantley, Yorkshire, West Riding

Parish church

The church lies in Cantley, surrounded by modern houses, on a lane between Cantley and Branton, about a mile from the village of Old Cantley ...

St Giles, Carburton, Nottinghamshire

Parish church

A small chapel consisting of a nave and chancel with W bellcote and S porch. Largely Romanesque fabric though now rendered. W window of 14thc., ...

St Mary, Car Colston, Nottinghamshire

Parish church

The church consists of a chancel, N and S aisles, nave and W tower and S porch. The earliest part of the existing structure is ...

St James, Cardington, Shropshire

Parish church

The nave is 12thc. There are two S doorways. One has 12thc. sculpture, but has been much restored. Another, blocked-up, doorway is further E on ...

St Mary the Virgin, Cardington, Bedfordshire

Parish church

The church, which has a chancel with N and S chapels, a nave with N and S aisles and N chapel, S porch and W ...