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St Michael, Waddesdon, Buckinghamshire

Parish church

Waddesdon is a good-sized village 5 miles NW of Aylesbury on the Roman road ofAkeman Street.  The village is dominated by Waddesdon Manor, on a ...

St Michael, Wadenhoe, Northamptonshire

Parish church

St Michael's has a 12thc. W tower of three storeys and a gable, with blind arcading on the N side and much-remodelled bell-openings. The N ...

St Peter, Wadhurst, Sussex

Parish church

The church has a 12thc. W tower, a nave with 13thc. aisles and a 14thc. chancel.

St John the Baptist, Wadworth, Yorkshire, West Riding

Parish church

A large church of creamy limestone, on a hill, overlooking a wide plain. Stone W tower in stages, with parapet; battlemented nave. A rectangular church ...

St Martin, Waithe, Lincolnshire

Parish church

St. Martin’s is hidden in a wood off the A16 between North Thorseby and Holten le Clay. The church is primarily Victorian and dates from ...

All Saints, Wakefield, Yorkshire, West Riding

Cathedral church

Made a cathedral in 1888; Pevsner thinks this building still looks like 'a large and proud parish church'. It has the tallest spire in Yorkshire, 75m ...

St John the Baptist, Wakerley, Northamptonshire

Parish church

St John's has a clerestoreyed nave with N and S aisles or chapels, just two bays long and situated at the E end, in what ...

All Saints, Wakes Colne, Essex

Parish church

Wakes Colne is a village in the Colne valley, midway between Halstead and Colchester. It is a substantial settlement now extending N and S from ...

St Andrew, Walberswick, Suffolk

Parish church

Walberswick is a village on the Suffolk coast, a mile S of Southwold but separated from that town by the River Blyth. It consists of ...

St Mary the Virgin, Walberton, Sussex

Parish church

The nave of Walberton has a bell-turret at the W end and aisles with plain round-headed arcades to N and S. The chancel has plain ...

St Nicholas, Walcot, Lincolnshire

Parish church

Set next to perhaps the most stunning churchyard tree in the county, this church, with its steepled W tower, three-bay nave with N and S ...

All Saints, Waldron, Sussex

Parish church

The church (W tower, nave, N aisle, chancel) dates from the 13thc. but has a Victorian S aisle. It was not entered.

St John, Wales, Yorkshire, West Riding

Parish church

The village of Wales is eight miles ESE of Sheffield. Of the medieval church only the early 12thc two-bay nave and chancel, and a Perpendicular ...

St Mary, Walkern, Hertfordshire

Parish church

The originally pre-Conquest church comprises, chancel, nave with N and S aisles and S porch, and W tower. The thick-walled nave is 11thc and it ...

St Leonard, Wallingford, Berkshire

Parish church

The present church consists of a nave with S aisle and W tower, and an aisleless chancel (with chancel arch) terminating in an apse (with ...

St Mary, Walpole, Suffolk

Parish church

St Mary's is a flint church with ashlar dressings consisting of a nave with a three-bay N aisle, chancel and W tower with a short ...

St Mary the Virgin, Walsgrave on Sowe, Warwickshire

Parish church

The chancel, nave, N and S aisles, vestry, S porch and W tower of the church all date from the 14th and 15thc. The SW ...

St Lawrence, Waltham St Lawrence, Berkshire

Parish church

Waltham St Lawrence is a small village in wooded farmland 4 miles SW of Maidenhead and 8 miles NE of Reading.  The church stands in ...

St Peter, Walton, Yorkshire, West Riding

Parish church, formerly chapel of ease

Walton is a small village centred around the church on a small abrupt hill. To the S and E, the trading estate and the British ...

St Laurence, Walton on Trent, Derbyshire

Parish church

The church consists of a nave, S aisle, S transept, chancel and a tower at the W end of the nave. The key Norman features ...