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St Andrew, Ferrybridge, Yorkshire, West Riding

Parish church

A church in Magnesian limestone in a red brick suburban setting. It has nave, chancel, south chapel, south aisle, tower and north porch. In 1951-53 ...


St Mogue, Fethard-on-Sea

Church of Ireland church

The font is the only Romanesque feature in this nave and chancel church.


St Martin, Fiddington, Somerset

Parish church

Fiddington is a village in W Somerset, 5½ miles W of Bridgwater and 3½ miles from the coast, sited in the valley of a brook ...

Fifield Bavant

St Martin, Fifield Bavant, Wiltshire

Parish church

The church is one of the smallest in Wiltshire. It has chequered walls of flint rubble and ashlar, and comprises a chancel and a nave ...


St Michael and All Angels, Figheldean, Wiltshire

Parish church

Figheldean is a village about four miles N of Amesbury on the River Avon. The church lies to the N of the village on the R bank ...


St Oswald, Filey, Yorkshire, East Riding

Parish church

Filey church, a solid cruciform building, stands north of the old centre of settlement, a fishing village, across a ravine which leads to the shore. ...


St James, Finchampstead, Berkshire

Parish church

Finchampstead is in the south of the county, 7 miles SE of Reading and under a mile from the Hampshire border. It lies on the ...


St John the Baptist, Finchingfield, Essex

Parish church

Finchingfield is a village in the Braintree district of NW Essex, 10 miles SE of Saffron Walden and 7 miles NW of Braintree. The village ...


All Saints, Findern, Derbyshire

Parish church

The old church was rebuilt in 1862-3 by Stevens and Robinson. The only medieval feature remaining in the building is a Romanesque tympanum belonging to the S ...


St John the Baptist, Findon, Sussex

Parish church

The church comprises a W tower, a nave jointly roofed with an early 13thc. N aisle (sometimes mistakenly referred to as a twin nave), a ...


St Mary the Virgin, Finedon, Northamptonshire

Parish church

St Mary's is a magnificent mid-14thc. church with an aisled and clerestoreyed nave of four bays, the E bay of each arcade giving onto transepts. ...


St Bartholomew, Fingest, Buckinghamshire

Parish church

Fingest is a small village in the Chiltern Hills, surrounded by wooded rolling pasture. It consists of a few houses, a pub and the church ...


St Michael and All Angels, Finmere, Oxfordshire

Parish church

Finmere is 7 miles NE of Bicester in the extreme NE corner of Oxfordshire, bounded by Buckinghamshire and Northamptonshire. The present church is largely 14thc., ...


Holy Trinity, Finningley, Nottinghamshire

Parish church

The church consists of a chancel, nave, N aisle, W tower and S porch. The chancel and the N aisle are 14thc. The W tower ...


St Cuthbert, Fishlake, Yorkshire, West Riding

Parish church

Fishlake is now a satellite village of Doncaster, but in the 12thc. it was a small settlement in the vast area of fen around the ...


St Guthlac, Fishtoft, Lincolnshire

Parish church

This is a large Fenland parish church. The evidence of the lancet windows and a clerestory lancet headstone suggest that the chancel and nave were ...


All Saints, Fittleton, Wiltshire

Parish church

The chancel arch probably dates from the early 13thc. but the chancel may have been rebuilt or at least refenestrated in the 15thc. The nave ...


St Martin, Fivehead, Somerset

Parish church

Fivehead is a good-sized village in central Somerset, 8 miles E of Taunton. The village stands on the slopes of Fivehead Hill, on land that ...


St Oswald, Flamborough, Yorkshire, East Riding

Parish church

The church has an aisled nave, aisled chancel and west tower. It is mostly of limestone ashlar, but the N aisle wall is made with cobbles. The N and ...


St Leonard, Flamstead, Hertfordshire

Parish church

Flamstead is a large village  in the Dacorum district of western Hertfordshire, 6 miles NW of St Albans and 4 miles S of Luton (Bedfordshire).The ...