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St Andrew, Stapleford, Cambridgeshire

(52°8′51″N, 0°8′54″E)
TL 471 521
pre-1974 traditional (England and Wales) Cambridgeshire
now Cambridgeshire
medieval not confirmed
now Ely
  • Ron Baxter

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Nave with N and S aisles and a N transept at the E end; aisleless chancel and W tower. A large flint vestry has been added to the N of the nave. The nave, transept and tower are of flint and pebble, while the chancel has been newly rebuilt in concrete blocks on the original flint plinth course. There is a 12thc. chancel arch, and a small gravestone loose inside the church.


In 1086 the manor was held by the Abbot of Ely and assessed at 10 hides.


Interior Features





Cambridge Antiquarian Society Proceedings and Communications, LXXI, 35.
Ecclesiologist, XXVII, 1866,
The Victoria History of the County of Cambridgeshire and the Isle of Ely, VIII, 1982, 235-36.
F. S. L. Johnson, A Catalogue of Romanesque Sculpture in Cambridgeshire and the Isle of Ely. M.Phil (London, Courtauld Institute), 1984, 287-89.
D. and S. Lysons, Magna Britannia. Cambridgeshire II, pt I, London 1808, 256-57
N. Pevsner, The Buildings of England. Cambridgeshire, Harmondsworth 1954 (2nd ed. 1970,