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Great Bedwyn

St Mary, Great Bedwyn, Wiltshire

Parish church

Great Bedwyn is a village on the River Dun about 13 miles W of Newbury. The church lies to the S of the village on the ...

Great Bentley

St Mary, Great Bentley, Essex

Parish church

Great Bentley is a village in the Tendring district of NE Essex, 7 miles E of Colchester and 5 miles NW of Clacton-on-Sea. The village ...

Great Billing

St Andrew, Great Billing, Northamptonshire

Parish church

St Andrew's has a clerestoreyed nave with four-bay N and S aisles. Of these, only pier 2 of the N arcade is 12thc., so the ...

Great Blakenham

St Mary, Great Blakenham, Suffolk

Parish church

Great Blakenham lies 2½ miles N of the edge of Ipswich; the village sprawling along the road from Needham Market. The main road is the ...

Great Bradley

St Mary, Great Bradley, Suffolk

Parish church

The villages of Great and Little Bradley are in the Stour valley N of Haverhill; their churches less than a mile apart. St Mary’s has ...

Great Bricett

St Mary, Great Bricett, Suffolk

Parish church, formerly Augustinian priory

Great Bricett is a village in central Suffolk, 5 miles S of Stowmarket and 9 miles NW of the centre of Ipswich. It stands in ...

Great Brington

St Mary, Great Brington, Northamptonshire

Parish church

St Mary's is famous above all for the Spencer Chapel, 'one of the great storehouses of costly and self-confident monuments of the 16thc., 17thc. and ...

Great Canfield

St Mary, Great Canfield, Essex

Parish church

Great Canfield is a rural village in the west of the county, 9 miles E of Bishop’s Stortford and set among arable farmland. The church ...

Great Chesterton

St Mary, Great Chesterton, Oxfordshire

Parish church

Chesterton is nearly 2 miles SW of Bicester in E Oxfordshire. St Mary’s church comprises a chancel, a clerestoried nave, N and S aisles, a ...

Great Clacton

St John the Baptist, Great Clacton, Essex

Parish church

The village of Great Clacton has now been subsumed by the conurbation that is Clacton-on-Sea, although it retains a recognisable village centre around the church. ...

Great Creaton

St Michael, Great Creaton, Northamptonshire

Parish church

St Michaels has a nave with a S aisle, added in 1857, and no clerestorey, chancel with a N organ niche, and a short 14thc. ...

Great Doddington

St Nicholas, Great Doddington, Northamptonshire

Parish church

St Nicholas' has an aisled nave with clerestoreys, chancel and W tower. The nave arcades, aisle windows (where original) and N and S doorways all ...

Great Driffield

All Saints, Great Driffield, Yorkshire, East Riding

Parish church

 The spacious church has an aisled nave, chancel and N chapel. ‘The mid-c15 W tower is a show-piece, 110 ft high (34 metres)…’ (Pevsner & ...

Great Dunham

St Andrew, Great Dunham, Norfolk

Parish church

St Andrew's is of considerable significance, both for its architecture and as an institution. The aisleless nave and axial eastern tower, both with long-and-short quoins, ...

Great Dunham, Old Rectory

Great Dunham, Old Rectory, Norfolk

Rectory

Five colonnette fragments made from coarse limestone, weathered and covered with moss, are embedded around the edge of the front lawn of the Old Rectory ...

Great Durnford

St Andrew, Great Durnford, Wiltshire

Parish church

The nave and chancel, including the chancel arch, both date from the 12thc. and both the north and south doors of the nave are of ...

Great Easton

St John, Great Easton, Essex

Parish church

Great Easton is a village in the W of the county, in the wooded arable farmland on the N side of the A120 between Bishop’s ...

Great Givendale, or Givendale

St Ethelburga, Great Givendale, or Givendale, Yorkshire, East Riding

Parish church

The church lies beautifully in a Wolds valley below its hamlet. The church looks down the stream to a large pond, a ribbon of planting ...

Great Haseley

St Peter, Great Haseley, Oxfordshire

Parish church

Great Haseley is a small village, 9 miles SE of Oxford. The large church of St Peter's comprises a  tall chancel, a nave with S ...

Great Hormead

St Nicholas, Great Hormead, Hertfordshire

Parish church

A flint rubble church with stone dressings comprising chancel, nave with N and S aisles and S porch, and W tower. The nave is 13thc, as ...