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St Michael and All Angels, Harnhill, Gloucestershire

Parish church

The unaisled nave, the square undecorated S doorway and the rectangular tympanum or lintel above, are 12thc century fabric. The chancel, S porch, and the W ...

St Nicholas, Harpenden, Hertfordshire

Parish church

Apart from the 15thc. W tower (c.1470) the church was entirely rebuilt in 1862 by W. Slater. A number of 12thc. fragments survive from the ...

St John of Beverley, Harpham, Yorkshire, East Riding

Parish church

A largely 14th-century church of chancel and N chapel, nave, and W tower, but probably based on a 12th-century nave and chancel since it incorporates ...

All Saints, Harpole, Northamptonshire

Parish church

All Saints' has an aisled and clerestoreyed nave with four-bay arcades of c.1300 and a Perpendicular clerestorey. The S doorway, reset under a porch, is ...

St Margaret of Antioch, Harpsden, Oxfordshire

Parish church

Harpsden cum Bolney occupies a narrow strip of land about two miles long just S of Henley-on-Thames, SE Oxfordshire. St Margaret’s church is a small, ...

St John the Baptist, Harringworth, Northamptonshire

Parish church

St John's has a clerestoreyed nave with four-bay aisles. The arcades are early 14thc., and some of the S aisle windows date from the same ...

St Peter, Harswell, Yorkshire, East Riding

Parish church

Harswell is a small village, and its small church is half a mile W of it at Manor Farm (‘Manor House’ on the O.S. map). ...

All Saints, Hartford, Huntingdonshire

Parish church

Hartford is a village on the eastern edge of Huntingdon, on the N bank of the Great Ouse. The church is at the S edge ...

All Hallows, Harthill, Yorkshire, West Riding

Parish church

Largely Perpendicular in external appearance: nave, aisles, porch, tower but Decorated E window in S aisle, and Early English chancel; Victorian alterations, including Neo-Norman windows in N ...

St Mary, Harting, Sussex

Parish church

A large church, mainly 14thc. in date, with an aisled nave, transept, crossing tower and square chancel. Nairn and Pevsner suggest that the nave may ...

St Nectan, Hartland, Devon

Parish church

St Nectan's is a signifcant church with an impressively high tower, the tallest in North Devon. The church is essentially 14thc. and comprises chancel with N and ...

St Peter, Hartshead, Yorkshire, West Riding

Parish church

The church stands in an open position between Hightown and Hartshead; there are few buildings nearby apart from Church Farm. The building, in sandstone, is ...

St Matthew, Harwell, Berkshire

Parish church

Harwell is a large village in the NE part of the traditional county, 2 miles W of Didcot.  The church, in the village centre, has ...

St Michael and All Angels, Haselbury Plucknett, Somerset

Parish church

Haselbury Plucknett is a good-sized village in the South Somerset district of the county, 2 miles NE of Crewkerne and the same distance N of ...

St Andrew, Haselton, Gloucestershire

Parish church

Haselton (or Hazleton, Haseleton, Hasleton) lies high on the Cotswolds 14 kilometers SE of Cheltenham. The different spellings reflect variations in the local pronunciation of ...

St Andrew, Hasketon, Suffolk

Parish church

Hasketon is towards the SE of the county, just west of the A12 at Woodbridge; the landscape here is the typical arable farmland of the ...

All Saints, Haslingfield, Cambridgeshire

Parish church

Haslingfield has a spacious 14thc. aisled nave with a clerestorey with 16thc. windows, an aisleless chancel whose walls must be 12thc. even if the present ...

Hassendean

Fragment

There was a Romanesque church at Hassendean dedicated to St Kentigern, the vestiges of which were drawn by Archibald Rutherford in 1776. The church was ...

St Mary, Hassingham, Norfolk

Parish church

The church comprises chancel, aisleless nave and round W tower. All that certainly survives from the 12thc is the W tower and the S doorway. ...

Hastings Castle, Hastings, Sussex

Castle

Hastings Castle is positioned high above the seafront and has been partially destroyed by cliff erosion along its S side. The chief remains are the ...