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All Saints Church, Boughton Aluph

All Saints Church, is a 13th-century pilgrims Grade I listed church in Boughton Aluph near Ashford, Kent. It is part of the Church of England. Built in the thirteenth century by a man named Adulphus to replace a Saxon church, it was enlarged in t ...

                                               

St Eanswiths Church, Brenzett

St Eanswiths Church is a Grade II* listed Anglican church in the village of Brenzett, Kent, about 7 miles north-east of Rye, East Sussex. A church was originally built on this site in the 7th century; the present building dates from the 12th cent ...

                                               

St Augustines Church, Brookland

St Augustines Church is a Grade I listed Anglican church in the village of Brookland, Kent, in Walland Marsh, about 5 miles north-east of Rye, East Sussex. It was originally built about 1250. It has the unusual feature that the bell tower is sepa ...

                                               

Church of St Mary, Chartham

St Marys Church is in the village of Chartham, Kent, England. It is an active Anglican parish church in the diocese of Canterbury. Constructed between 1285 and circa 1305, with a later tower of the fourteenth century. In 1875, the church was rest ...

                                               

Faversham Parish Church

St Mary of Charity, Faversham Parish Church is the Church of England parish church of the town of Faversham in Kent, England. The church spire dominates the towns skyline and is visible for some distance.

                                               

St Mary and St Eanswythes Church, Folkestone

St Mary and St Eanswythe’s Church is a Grade II* listed Anglican church in Folkestone, Kent, situated not far from cliffs overlooking the English Channel. Parts of the building date from the 13th century, but it was largely rebuilt in the 19th ce ...

                                               

St Margarets Church, Halstead

St Margarets Church is an Anglican parish church in the village of Halstead and the Sevenoaks deanery, although the church also serves the village of Badgers Mount. St Katharines and St Margarets came together in 1983 as a United Benefice under o ...

                                               

St Katharines Church, Knockholt

St Katharines Church is an Anglican parish church in the village of Knockholt and the Sevenoaks deanery. St Katharines and St Margarets came together in 1983 as a United Benefice under one parish priest. The pattern of services reflects the fact ...

                                               

St Vincent of Saragossa Church, Littlebourne

St Vincent of Saragossas Church is the Church of England parish church of Littlebourne, Kent, England. The parish is part of the Benefice of Littlebourne including Ickham, Wickhambreaux and Stodmarsh. It is a Grade I listed building.

                                               

St Clements Church, Old Romney

St Clements Church is an Anglican church, in the village of Old Romney, Kent, England. It is a Grade I listed building. The church is dedicated to Saint Clement, a successor to Saint Peter at Rome. It is built on an artificial mound to protect it ...

                                               

St John the Baptist, Penshurst

St John the Baptist Church at Penshurst, Kent is a Grade I listed Anglican parish church in the Diocese of Rochester in England. Those buried or commemorated here include Knights, Earls, Viscounts, a Viceroy of India, a Governor-General of Austra ...

                                               

St. Margarets Church, Rochester

St Margarets Church, Rochester is now a Chapel of Ease within the parish of St Peter with St Margaret, Rochester. Previously it was the parish church of St Margarets Without. Thorpe records it as having previously been called St Margarets in Suth ...

                                               

St Nicholas Church, Rochester

St Nicholas Church is a former parish church in Rochester, Kent, England, next to Rochester Cathedral. It is now the offices of the Board of Education of the Diocese of Rochester. It is a Grade I listed building.

                                               

St Pauls Church, Rusthall

St Pauls Church was built in 1849 on the edge of Rusthall Common by William Nevill, 4th Earl of Abergavenny as part of his Nevill Park Estate. The church was designed by Henry Isaac Stevens as he was working on another church in nearby Fordcombe. ...

                                               

St Nicholas Church, Sturry

St Nicholas Church, Sturry, is a joint Anglican and Methodist church standing on a bank beside the River Stour, in the village of Sturry, near Canterbury, in East Kent. The Local Ecumenical Partnership enables the congregation to be of mixed deno ...

                                               

St Marks Church, Royal Tunbridge Wells

St. Marks Church is the Church of England parish church for the Broadwater Down area of Royal Tunbridge Wells, Kent, England, in the Diocese of Rochester. Built in the 19th-century Gothic Revival style by Robert Lewis Roumieu, it is a Grade II* l ...

                                               

St Marys Church, Wingham

St Marys Church, Wingham is an Anglican parish church in Wingham, Kent. It is recorded in the National Heritage List for England as a designated Grade I listed building.

                                               

St Marks Church, Blackpool

The Parish Church of St. Mark, Layton, Lancashire, England was built in 1927. The building is home to a Church of England Christian community. St.Marks is a young church compared to many other churches, but has close links with local history beca ...

                                               

St Peters Church, Burnley

St Peters Church is an Anglican church in the town of Burnley, Lancashire, England. It is an active parish church in the Diocese of Blackburn and the archdeaconry of Blackburn. The oldest part of the church, the lower tower, dates from the 15th c ...

                                               

St Helens Church, Churchtown

St Helens Church is an Anglican church in the village of Churchtown in Lancashire, England. Historically, it was the parish church of Garstang; today, as Garstang is split into more than one ecclesiastical parish, St Helens parish is Garstang St ...

                                               

Euxton Parish Church

Euxton Parish Church is in the English village of Euxton in the borough of Chorley, Lancashire. It is an active parish church in the Diocese of Blackburn and the archdeaconry of Blackburn. It is recorded in the National Heritage List for England ...

                                               

St Nicholas Church, Fleetwood

St Nicholas Church is in the seaside town of Fleetwood, Lancashire, England, situated on the Fylde coast. It is an active Anglican church in the Diocese of Blackburn. It was constructed between 1960 and 1962, and designed by Laurence King.

                                               

St Pauls Church, Longridge

St Pauls Church stands off Berry Lane, Longridge, Lancashire, England. It is an active Anglican parish church in the diocese of Blackburn. The church was built in 1886–1888, and the tower was added in 1936–37. The church is recorded in the Nation ...

                                               

St Johns Church, Lytham

St Johns Church is in East Beach, Lytham St Annes, Lancashire, England. It is an active Anglican parish church in the deanery of Kirkham, the archdeaconry of Lancaster, and the diocese of Blackburn. The church is recorded in the National Heritage ...

                                               

Immanuel Church, Oswaldtwistle

Immanuel Church is an Anglican church in Oswaldtwistle, Lancashire, England. It is an active parish church in the Diocese of Blackburn and the archdeaconry of Blackburn. It was built 1836–1837, designed by J. and T. Stones, and has been designate ...

                                               

St Wilfrids Church, Ribchester

St Wilfrids Church is an Anglican church in the village of Ribchester in Lancashire, England that is situated close to the site of a Roman fort. It is an active parish church in the Diocese of Blackburn. It is recorded in the National Heritage Li ...

                                               

Rivington Church

Rivington Church is an active Anglican parish church in Rivington, Lancashire, England. It is in the Deane deanery, the Bolton archdeanery and Diocese of Manchester. The church has been designated a Grade II listed building. The church has no pat ...

                                               

St Michaels Church, St Michaels on Wyre

St Michaels Church is an Anglican church in the village of St Michaels on Wyre, Lancashire, England. It is a typical late Medieval church and has been designated by English Heritage as a Grade I listed building. It is an active parish church in t ...

                                               

Church of St Leonard the Less, Samlesbury

The Church of St Leonard the Less is an Anglican church in the village of Samlesbury, Lancashire, England, situated close to the banks of the River Ribble. It is an active parish church in the Diocese of Blackburn. It dates predominantly from 155 ...

                                               

St Saviours Church, Stydd

St Saviours Church is an Anglican chapel in Stydd, a hamlet near Ribchester in Lancashire, England. It has been designated a Grade I listed building by English Heritage.

                                               

St Michaels Church, Weeton

St Michaels Church is an Anglican church in the village of Weeton, Lancashire, England. It is an active parish church in the Diocese of Blackburn. It was built in 1843 and enlarged in 1846. It has been designated a Grade II listed building by Eng ...

                                               

Church of St Mary and All Saints, Whalley

The Church of St Mary and All Saints is an Anglican church in the village of Whalley, Lancashire, England. It is an active parish church in the Diocese of Blackburn. A church probably existed on the site in Anglo-Saxon times and the current build ...

                                               

St James Church, Ab Kettleby

The church dates from the 13th century, but was restored between 1852 and 1853 by Broadbent and Hawley when repair were made and new oak benches were installed. The remains of the villa, and a ditch running from north to south underneath the nave ...

                                               

St Michael and All Angels Church, Appleby Magna

The church dates from c.1300 but much of it is 14th century. St. Helens Chapel was incorporated into the north east section of the church and served as both a private chapel and burial site for the de Appleby family. Most of the tombs have been r ...

                                               

Holy Trinity Church, Ashby-de-la-Zouch

The church was built between 1838 and 1840 to designs by the Derby architect, Henry Isaac Stevens. The chancel was added in 1866 by James Piers St Aubyn. The church was consecrated by George Davys, Bishop of Peterborough on 13 August 1840. It was ...

                                               

St Marys Church, Hinckley

St Marys Parish Church is the oldest building in Hinckley, and is situated in central Hinckley. It is an Anglican Parish Church in the Diocese of Leicester and is designated by Historic England as a Grade II* listed building. In addition, the Nor ...

                                               

All Saints Church, Loughborough

All Saints Church, officially All Saints with Holy Trinity is the Church of England parish church of the town of Loughborough, Leicestershire within the Diocese of Leicester.

                                               

St Dionysius Church, Market Harborough

The earliest parts of the church date from the 13th century, with most features dating from 14th and 15th centuries. Part of the tower was destroyed in a storm in 1735 and the replacement was several feet shorter. Restoration work was carried out ...

                                               

St Marys Church, Melton Mowbray

St Mary is the parish church of Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire. The large medieval church, described as "one of the finest parish churches in Leicestershire", suffered from a poor Victorian restoration, and was left in a poor state of repair and ...

                                               

St Botolphs Church, Shepshed

It is the most westerly church dedicated to St Botolph and was founded in the 11th century. It is a Grade I listed building. The church sits on top of the highest point in Shepshed, probably on the site of an ancient pre-Christian site of worship ...

                                               

Church of All Saints, Bigby

                                               

St Helens Church, Brant Broughton

St Helens Church a medieval church dedicated to St Helen dating from the 13th century. It was heavily restored by the Rector, Canon Frederick Heathcote Sutton and the architect George Frederick Bodley between 1874 and 1876. The chancel a rebuild ...

                                               

All Saints Church, Winterton

All Saints Church is an Anglican church in the town of Winterton, England. It is recorded in the National Heritage List for England as a designated Grade I listed building. The church stands close to the center of the town within a Conservation A ...

                                               

St Chads Church, Dunholme

                                               

All Saints Church, Dunsby

                                               

St Mary Magdalene Church, Gedney

St Mary Magdalene Church is an Anglican parish church of medieval origin in Gedney, Lincolnshire. Renowned for its large size in the surrounding low-lying landscape, it is commonly known as the Cathedral of the Fens. It is a Grade I listed buildi ...

                                               

St Augustine of Hippo, Grimsby

The Church of England Parish of St Augustine of Hippo, Grimsby came into being on 14 May 1912. It was formed by taking 85 acres from the Parish of St Mary & St James, Grimsby and 255 acres from the Parish of the Holy Trinity and St Mary, Old Clee ...

                                               

St Chads Church, Harpswell

The ancient church of St Chad in the village of Harpswell, about 12 miles north of the city of Lincoln, was established c.1042 and has one of the few complete Anglo-Saxon towers remaining in England. The church had thirteenth- and fourteenth-cent ...

                                               

St Benedicts Church, Lincoln

St. Benedicts Church, Lincoln is an ancient church in Lincoln which is mentioned in 1107 and before the English Civil War was the Lincoln Civic Church. It was extensively destroyed in the Civil War, and was only partially restored. The tower was ...

                                               

St Martins Church, Lincoln

St Martin’s Church was among the oldest churches in the city of Lincoln, England. It has been suggested that during the Anglo-Saxon Period and during the Danelaw, St Martin was considered to be the patron saint of Lincoln. The church is likely to ...

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