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St Mary, Wansford, Soke of Peterborough

Chapel of ease

St Mary's has a nave with a two-bay N aisle without any windows and a S doorway under a porch. The square-ended chancel has a ...

St John the Baptist, Wantisden, Suffolk

Parish church

St John's is a remote church standing in flat arable land in SE Suffolk, 6 miles E of Woodbridge. There is no village and no ...

St Mary the Virgin, Wappenham, Northamptonshire

Parish church

St Mary's has a three-bay aisled nave with no clerestorey. The N arcade is round-headed and 13thc.; the S, with pointed arches and octagonal piers, ...

St Mary Magdalene, Warboys, Huntingdonshire

Parish church

St Mary Magdalene is an imposing church with a W tower and broach spire, an aisled four-bay nave with clerestoreys and a square-ended chancel. Construction ...

St Mary Magdalen, Wardington, Oxfordshire

Parish church

Wardington is in the extreme north of Oxfordshire, 5 miles NE of Banbury. It is known that a chapel existed here by the C12th. The ...

St Mary, Wargrave, Berkshire

Parish church

Wargrave is a large village in the Thames valley near the confluence with the Loddon, midway between Reading and Maidenhead. The medieval church was burnt ...

St Edmund, Warkton, Northamptonshire

Parish church

St Edmund's has an aisled and clerestoreyed nave with two-bay arcades. The tall 15thc. W tower has clasping buttresses and a battlemented parapet. Both nave ...

St Michael, Warmington, Warwickshire

Parish church

The church consists of chancel, nave, N and S aisles, N chapel, W tower and N, S and W doorways. Three bays of the N ...

St Mary the Blessed Virgin, Warmington, Northamptonshire

Parish church

St Mary's has an aisled and clerestoreyed nave, the arcades of five bays and now on very tall piers; octagonal on the N side and ...

St Margaret, Warnham, Sussex

Parish church

The church is substantially late medieval and Victorian, retaining no evidence of the Norman structure to which the font may have belonged.

Warter Priory, Yorkshire, East Riding

Former Augustinian priory or cell

The site is a grass field on a steep east-facing slope below St Mary's church, Warter. ‘Nothing remains but the prominent earthworks, to the north and east ...

St Mary, Warwick, Warwickshire

Collegiate parish church

Of the substantial Norman church on this site, only the crypt survives. A fire in 1694 necessitated the rebuilding of tower, nave, aisles and transepts, ...

Warwickshire Museum, Warwickshire


Found 'within the area' of Warwick Castle' (See VIII Comments/Opinions). Now held by the Warwickshire Museum (Inventory Number: Warwickshire Museum Archaeology Collection A197).

St John, Washingborough, Lincolnshire

Parish church

This church consists of a W tower, a four-bay nave with side aisles, a chancel and a N chapel off the chancel. Most of the ...

St James, Waterfall, Staffordshire

Parish church, formerly chapel

Waterfall is a moorland village, on a hill above the River Hamps. There is no waterfall here; the village taking its name from the behaviour ...

St Remigius, Water Newton, Huntingdonshire

Parish church

St Remigius stands on the south bank of the River Nene. It consists of a chancel, a nave with N and S aisles and a ...

St Mary, Waterperry, Oxfordshire

Parish church

The first phase was a small Saxo-Norman 'overlap' church comprising aisleless nave and apsidal chancel; of this the chancel arch survives, tall, round-headed and undecorated ...

St Giles, Water Stratford, Buckinghamshire

Parish church

Water Stratford is in the NW of the county adjacent to the Oxfordshire border, in the Domesday hundred of Stotfold, 3 miles E of Buckingham.  ...

All Saints, Wath upon Dearne, Yorkshire, West Riding

Parish church

Wath parish church lies in a tree-filled churchyard, near the centre of the village, which itself was built around a ford of the River Dearne. ...

St Peter, Wawne, Yorkshire, East Riding

Parish church

The church has a north west tower, an aisled nave, and chancel. It was restored in 1874-5. The church is built of a mixture of cut stone, rubble ...