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St George, Pentlow, Essex

Parish church

Pentlow is a small village in the Braintree district of north Essex, on the S side of the River Stour that forms the Suffolk border. ...

St Matthew, Pentrich, Derbyshire

Parish church

Pentrich is a small village about 12 miles N of Derby and S of Chesterfield. The church lies to the W of the village and ...

Peterborough Cathedral, Soke of Peterborough

Cathedral, formerly Benedictine monastery

The first abbey on the site dated from c.655 and was destroyed by the Danes at the end of the 9c.  It was rebuilt by ...

Peterborough Norman Gate, Peterborough, Soke of Peterborough

Gateway

The Norman Gate, or Great Gate, or Outer Gate or Minster Foregate is the main entrance to the Galiliee Court of the cathedral (the large space ...

St Peter, Peterchurch, Herefordshire

Parish church

Peterchurch is a large village in the Golden Valley, built along the road from Hay-on-Wye to Hereford and Ross-on-Wye (the B4348) on the E side ...

St Peter, Peterstow, Herefordshire

Parish church

Peterstow is a village in the S of the county, in pasture land 3 miles E of Ross-on-Wye, straddling the A49 road to Hereford. The ...

St Petrock, Petrockstow, Devon

Parish church

The church comprises chancel with S chapel, nave with N and S aisles and S porch, and a W tower. The tower is 15thc and ...

St Catherine, Pettaugh, Suffolk

Parish church

Pettaugh lies on the A1120, midway between Stowmarket and Framlingham, and 9 miles N of the centre of Ipswich. The village clusters around a staggered ...

Pevensey Castle, Sussex

Castle

This ruined medieval castle stands on the site of a Roman fort, and incorporates some Roman fabric. Much of the standing fabric dates from the ...

St John the Baptist, Pewsey, Wiltshire

Parish church

The nave of the church has four-bay, pointed arcades of the end of the 12th or early 13thc. In the late 13th or early 14thc. ...

St Andrew, Pickworth, Lincolnshire

Parish church

Church consists of W tower, four-bay nave with N and S aisles, and a chancel; somewhat of a rarity in that all this dates from ...

St Mary, Pilton, Northamptonshire

Parish church

The church has a clerestoreyed nave with N and S aisles; the S arcade13thc., the N apparently a modern copy. The chancel dates from 1862-64. ...

St Nicholas, Pinvin, Worcestershire

Parish church

Built of rubble masonry, plastered within and without. Nave and chancel probably 12thc., but greatly restored in 1884-85, when a bell-cote was added at the ...

St Peter, Pipe and Lyde, Herefordshire

Parish church

Pipe and Lyde is a civil parish consisting of three villages separated by the busy A49 Hereford to Leominster road.  On the east side of ...

St Peter, Pirton, Worcestershire

Parish church

Built of coursed rubble, the church has a 12thc. nave and a later medieval chancel. The side walls of the nave are thicker at the ...

St Mary, Pirton, Hertfordshire

Parish church

The church has chancel, crossing tower and S transept, and nave with S porch. Of the original 12thc. crossing only the E and W arches ...

All Saints, Pitsford, Northamptonshire

Parish church

All Saints has an aisled nave with five-bay arcades, a chancel and a W tower. All of this is by Slater and Carpenter, dating from ...

St Mary, Pitstone, Buckinghamshire

Redundant parish church

Pitstone is a village in the east of the county, 7½ miles east of Aylesbury and less than a mile N of the Hertfordshire border.  ...

St Peter, Pitton, Wiltshire

Parish church

This is a church that predominantly belongs to the 19thc. but in the east corner of the north aisle there is a reset 12thc. capital. ...

St Michael, Pleasley, Derbyshire

Parish church

Pleasley is a small village about three miles NW of Mansfield. The church lies to the N of the village on the W bank of ...