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All Saints, Madeley, Staffordshire

Parish church

Madeley is in NW Staffordshire, just over a mile from the Shropshire border and four miles E of Newcastle-under-Lyme. The parish was formerly an extensive ...


St Mary Magdalene, Madingley, Cambridgeshire

Parish church

Extremely tall, five-bay nave with clerestorey, N aisle and N and S porches. Much lower aisleless chancel and W tower with octagonal stone spire. The ...


Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Madley, Herefordshire

Parish church

Madley is a large village in central Herefordshire, 6 miles W of Hereford. There is evidence of Iron Age and Roman settlement in the area, ...


St Peter, Maer, Staffordshire

Parish church

The village of Maer is in the Staffordshire uplands, in the NW of the county. On Berth Hill, half a mile to the N, is ...

Magdalene House, Willersley

Magdalene House, Willersley, Herefordshire

Private house, formerly parish church

Willersley is a village in the W of Herefordshire, 13 miles W of Hereford and 4 miles from the Welsh border. The village is on ...


St Lurach, Maghera


A long, rectangular church separated into nave and chancel by a broken cross-wall, extant only at ground level on the S side. This marks the foundations of ...

Maiden Bradley

All Saints, Maiden Bradley, Wiltshire

Parish church

Maiden Bradley is a village about 6 miles SW of Warminster. The name 'Maiden' derives from the 12thc leper asylum for maidens (see History). The church lies on the SE ...

Maids’ Moreton

St Edmund, Maids’ Moreton, Buckinghamshire

Parish church

Maids’ Moreton is a village on the northern edge of Buckingham alongside the road to Towcester, which follows the line of an ancient holloway.  It ...


St Mary, Maidwell, Northamptonshire

Parish church

St Mary's has an aisleless nave with plain 12thc. N and S doorways, both under porches but the N porch blocked off and converted into ...


St Mary and St Julian, Maker, Cornwall

Parish church

The church is of c.1500, possibly incorporating the nave and chancel of an earlier church. The chancel E wall is of random red sandstone rubble ...

Malmesbury, Abbey House

Malmesbury, Abbey House, Wiltshire


Malmesbury Abbey House is a mid 16thc, half H-shaped house built on top of a late 13thc vaulted undercroft. Within the gardens there are various reused ...


St John the Baptist, Mamble, Worcestershire

Parish church

Built of sandstone rubble with sandstone facings. The church comprises a nave, chancel and timbered W tower, largely of the early 13thc., a S aisle ...


St Manacca, Manaccan, Cornwall


The church of St. Manacca is sited at the centre of the village within its raised and wooded churchyard or lann. The church dates to ...

Manningford Bruce

St Peter, Manningford Bruce, Wiltshire

Parish church

Manningford Bruce is a hamlet part of the civil parish of Manningford about 8 miles NE of Marlborough. The church lies to the S of the hamlet. ...

Manor Farm, Lower Wick

Manor Farm, Lower Wick, Worcestershire


The first approx. 3m of height of the rectangular building is of 12thc. masonry for the most part. The E and W windows, now blocked, ...

Mansell Lacy

St Michael and All Angels, Mansell Lacy, Herefordshire

Parish church

Mansell Lacy is a village in central Herefordshire, 6 miles NW of Hereford. The church is in the village centre, and consists of a 12thc ...


St Peter, Maperton, Somerset

Parish church

Maperton is a village in the South Somerset district of the county, 3 miles SW of Wincanton, on the S side of the A303 trunk ...


St Margaret of Antioch, Mapledurham, Oxfordshire

Parish church

The village of Mapledurham in the Hundred of Langtree sits in the extreme S of Oxfordshire on the banks of the Thames between Pangbourne to ...


St Wendreda, March, Cambridgeshire

Parish church

An extremely satisfying late medieval church set on a large open green to the S of the town. It consists of an aisled nave, the ...


Holy Trinity, Marcross, Glamorganshire

Parish church

The small village of Marcross lies approximately four kilometres to the west of Llantwit Major in the Vale of Glamorgan. The parish church, dedicated to ...