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St John the Baptist, Carhampton, Somerset

Parish church

Carhampton is on the eastern edge of Exmoor and less than a mile from the Bristol Channel coast at Blue Anchor Bay.  It is a ...

Carlisle, Cathedral Museum, Cumberland

Museum

In 1979, the carved fragment of yellow sandstone was found during the excavations of an 18thc pit at Keays Lane, Carlisle.

St Mary the Virgin, Carlton, Bedfordshire

Parish church

The church has chancel, nave with clerestory, N and S aisles, W tower and S porch. The chancel is the earliest part of the church ...

St John the Baptist, Carnaby, Yorkshire, East Riding

Parish church

The church has a chancel, nave with S aisle and a W tower, and it has been much altered and repaired over the centuries (Pevsner ...

Carndonagh

Church of Ireland church and graveyard

This site, which is one of the main ecclesiastical centres in Donegal, comprises a modern graveyard surrounding an 18thc. church of Ireland church. Within the ...

St Mary Immaculate, Carrick-on-Bannow

Parish church

The Roman catholic church is modern. It houses a 12thc. font.

St Peter, Cassington, Oxfordshire

Parish church

The village of Cassington is 4 miles NW of Oxford. St Peter’s Church has a known consecration date of 1123 and it remains a relatively ...

Castle Acre Priory, Castle Acre, Norfolk

Monastic church and priory complex

The ruins of the priory lie approximately a quarter of a mile SW of Castle Acre village on low marshy ground near the river Nar. ...

St Mary Magdalene, Castle Ashby, Northamptonshire

Parish church

The church of St Mary Magdalene stands in the Castle Ashby estate, with access through the S entrance for the parish, and through the N ...

Castledermot

Church (ruin)

Castledermot was an important Early Christian monastery, with a round tower and two well-preserved high crosses. There is a 19thc Protestant church on the site ...

St Mary, Castle Eaton, Wiltshire

Parish church

The church dates mostly from the 13thc with a Perpendicular W tower. The N and S doors, and the font, date from the 12thc. The ...

All Saints, Castleford, Yorkshire, West Riding

Parish church

The site of the church is close to the Roman fort and aligned with it (Ryder 1993, 10 with air photo and fig. nos.13,14). Pevsner, (1959, ...

St Michael, Castle Frome, Herefordshire

Parish church

The church is a simple two-cell building of local sandstone. The RCHME calls it 12thc., Taylor and Taylor 'Saxo-Norman, but probably post-Conquest', and Pevsner 'Early ...

St Nicholas, Castle Hedingham, Essex

Parish church

Castle Hedingham is a village in the Braintree district of NE Essex, 7 miles SW of Sudbury and 9 miles SE of Haverhill. It is ...

Castle Hedingham churchyard cross, Castle Hedingham, Essex

Cross

The cross is situated in the SE corner of the churchyard, some 30m from the chancel.  It consists of a cast lead Celtic style wheel cross ...

Castleisland

Church (ruin)

A carved stone has been reset in the S wall of the disused church, near the join between the roofless section at the W end ...

St Gregory, Castlemorton, Worcestershire

Parish church

Built of rubble masonry, the church has a 12thc. nave and chancel, and a later medieval S transept, W tower and timber N porch. Romanesque ...

St Simon and St Jude, Castlethorpe, Buckinghamshire

Parish church, formerly chapel

Castlethorpe is a large village in the N of the county, 6 miles NW of the centre of Milton Keynes. It stands on the N ...

St Kyneburgha, Castor, Soke of Peterborough

Parish church

St Kyneburgha's is described by Pevsner as the most important Norman parish church in the county (i.e. Huntingdonshire). An aisleless cruciform church was built in ...

St Margaret, Catmore, Berkshire

Parish church

Catmore consists of the church and a farmhouse in the hilly, wooded farmland of west Berkshire. The church has a single nave and chancel. Nave ...