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Holy Trinity, Barsham, Suffolk

Parish church

Holy Trinity looks conventional from the S, bizarre from the E and a complete mess from the N. It has a thatched nave of flint ...


St Bertoline, Barthomley, Cheshire

Parish church

St Bertoline's is a 15th-16thc. Perpendicular church with chancel rebuilt by Austin and Paley in 1925-26. It has a four-bay nave with aisles and clerestorey ...


St Nicholas, Barton-le-Clay, Bedfordshire

Parish church

The church has nave, chancel, N and S aisles and W tower. Of the original 12thc. church traces survive in the masonry of the E ...


St Lawrence, Barton-on-the-Heath, Warwickshire

Parish church

Nave and chancel with W tower and saddleback roof. S aisle and porch. Material, local Cotswold type stone. 12thc. features include the lower stage of ...

Barton Seagrave

St Botolph, Barton Seagrave, Northamptonshire

Parish church

St Botolph's consisted originally of nave and chancel with a central tower, all of the early 12thc. Original nave windows, now blocked, are visible on ...

Barton Stacey

All Saints, Barton Stacey, Hampshire

Parish church

Barton Stacey is in rolling woodland and sheep pasture in central Hampshire, 7½ miles N of Winchester, and 5 miles E of Andover.  It is ...

Barton St David

St David, Barton St David, Somerset

Parish church

Barton St David is a sizeable village towards the E of central Somerset, 5 miles SE of Glastonbury in the valley of the river Brue. ...


St Mary Magdalene, Barwick, Somerset

Parish church

Barwick is in the south of the county on the Dorset border, 1½ miles S of Yeovil. The village lies 300m E of the Roman ...


All Saints, Barwick-in-Elmet, Yorkshire, West Riding

Parish church

The village of Barwick-in-Elmet is now subsumed within the suburbs of Leeds. Very little of the 12thc church remains, essentially the plan of the nave ...


St Anne, Baslow, Derbyshire

Parish church, formerly chapel

The building as it is now has 13thc origins, including an unusually-placed tower at the W end of the N aisle. The chancel was rebuilt ...


St Michael and All Angels, Bassingham, Lincolnshire

Parish church

St Michael and All Angels is primarily a 13thc. church that has undergone a number of restorations. The W tower, though it preserves a fragment ...


St Thomas a Becket, Bassingthorpe, Lincolnshire

Parish church

A stalwart church solidly holding its own on this windswept hill, St Thomas à Becket consists of a W tower, a nave with S aisle, ...


St Nicholas, Bathampton, Somerset

Parish church

The reader is referred to the report on the church of St Martin at North Stoke for important general material on this area, part of ...


St Mary, Battle, Sussex

Parish church

The church comprises a late 12thc. aisled nave, a 13thc. W tower, and a chancel ofc.1240, with a chapel on its N and S sides. ...

Battle Abbey

Battle Abbey, Sussex

Benedictine Abbey

After the suppression of Battle Abbey in 1538, the church and most of the monastic buildings were demolished. Today, only the Great Gate, abbot's lodgings, ...


St Peter, Battlesden, Bedfordshire

Parish church

A small aisleless church with a W tower. The nave is the earliest part of the church, dating from the last quarter of the 13thc. ...


St Mary Magdalene, Baunton, Gloucestershire

Parish church

Baunton is a village located about two miles north of Cirencester by the River Churn. The church is located on the edge of the village ...


St Nicholas, Bawtry, Yorkshire, West Riding

Parish church

The centre of Bawtry still shows the plan of a new town ‘founded within a decade or two of 1200’ (Hey 2003, 146); the church ...


Baxterley, Warwickshire

Parish church

The church consists of a chancel which is Romanesque in origin, nave, N aisle, a 17thc. W tower, and a vestry which abuts the N ...


St Peter, Baylham, Suffolk

Parish church

Baylham stands in wooded arable land among rolling hills midway between Ipswich and Stowmarket. The church stands in the centre of the village and Baylham ...