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St Mary, Habberley, Shropshire

Parish church

Habberley is a village centred on a minor crossroads in the Shropshire Hills, 8 miles SW of Shrewsbury. Nave and chancel in onewith bellcote at ...

All Saints, Hacheston, Suffolk

Parish church

Hacheston is a village lying on the road from Framlingham to Wickham Market in east Suffolk. This road, now the B1116, follows the line of ...

St Andrew, Haconby, Lincolnshire

Parish church

A gothic church consisting of nave arcades and W tower of the 13thc. and the rest - spire, N aisle, S aisle, clerestory, chancel and ...

St Mary, Haddenham, Buckinghamshire

Parish church

Haddenham is 5 miles to the SW of Aylesbury and a mile from the Oxfordshire border, on the old A418 trunk road to Thame. For ...

Haddington, St Martin's Church

Ruined church

The ruins of the church are situated to the E of the town, in the area called the Nungait. Only the nave now survives, but ...

St Mary, Haddon, Huntingdonshire

Parish church

St Mary's has a clerestoreyed nave with three-bay N and S aisles, but extended to the W alongside the W tower; N and S transepts ...

St James the Less, Hadleigh, Essex

Parish church

Hadleigh is a small town in the S of Essex that forms part of the conurbation that runs practically seamlessly from Southend-on-Sea in the E ...

St Mary Magdalene, Hadnall, Shropshire

Parish church

Hadnall is a village 5 miles N of Shrewsbury on the A49 Whitchurch road, a former Roman road. The church is in the village centre ...

St John the Baptist, Hagley, Worcestershire

Parish church

The red sandstone church has an aisled nave, a chancel, a W tower and a S porch entrance. The chancel was rebuilt in 1754, the ...

St Michael the Archangel, Halam, Nottinghamshire

Parish church

The church consists of a chancel with S vestry, nave with S aisle, N porch and W tower. While the chancel arch dates from the ...

St John the Baptist, Halesowen, Worcestershire

Parish church

This large church has an aisled nave with a slender tower over its central bay, a chancel with N and S chapels, and a S ...

St Mary, Halford, Warwickshire

Parish church

The church comprises a 12thc. nave, extended westward in the 13thc., and a 13thc. chancel and S aisle; the 13thc. W tower is formed in ...

St John, Halifax, Yorkshire, West Riding

Parish church

'The largest parish church in the W parts of the West Riding' (Pevsner 1967, 229) is a mostly 15thc. building with only traces of an earlier ...

St Michael and All Angels, Hallaton, Leicestershire

Parish church

The village of Hallaton, eight miles north-east of Market Harborough, occupies a sloping site with a stream to the south and to the west what ...

St James, Halse, Somerset

Parish church

Halse is a small, nucleated village in the Vale of Taunton Deane, some 6 miles NW of Taunton. The church consists of a nave with ...

All Saints, Halsham, Yorkshire, East Riding

Parish church

This is a scattered parish; the church is in West Halsham, the typically long, thin Anglian settlement. Pevsner & Neave (1995, 448) mention the ‘prominent ...

St Mary the Virgin, Hambleden, Buckinghamshire

Parish church

Hambleden is on the edge of the Chiltern hills, among rolling wooded pasture. It stands in a valley 4 miles W of Marlow and 3 ...

St Mary, Hampstead Norreys, Berkshire

Parish church

Hapstead Norreys is a village in West Berkshire, 11 miles west of Reading in a hilly wooded landscape. The church is at the south end ...

St Andrew, Hampton, Worcestershire

Parish church

Late medieval church, with aisleless nave, central tower and chancel. Plain font, of uncertain date. There are some Romanesque carved fragments built into the interior ...

St Andrew, Hampton Bishop, Herefordshire

Parish church

Hampton Bishop is a fair-sized village that straggles along a network of minor roads three miles E of the centre of Hereford, overlooking the river ...