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St John the Baptist’s, Allington, Wiltshire

The interior of this Norman church near Salisbury was beautifully decorated with stencil and freehand decoration in 1876 and features a trompe l'oeil priest's seat with a painted orange tree.
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Ayshford Chapel, Devon

Grade I listed 15th century private chapel with a wonderful salmon-pink limewash, wagon roof and carved roof bosses
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All Saints’, Ballidon, Derbyshire

A gap in a wall leads to a path and then to a church: a Norman-Perpendicular-Neo-Norman ensemble alone in an open field
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St Helen’s, Barmby on the Marsh, Yorkshire

A medieval nave, Georgian tower and porches and a Victorian chancel overlooking flood-meadows — and in the distance, the cooling towers of Drax power-station
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St Andrew the Apostle’s, Bayvil, Pembrokeshire

A modest but evocative late Georgian Anglican church with Gothic windows and a complete set of box pews
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St Mary Magdalene’s, Boveney, Buckinghamshire

This medieval church on the Thames was built to serve bargees, and retains an atmospheric 18th and 19th century interior with box pews.
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St Mark’s, Brithdir, Gwynedd

An Arts & Crafts jewel-box with Italianate influence situated on Cader Idris and designed by Henry Wilson
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St Mary of All Angels’, Brownshill, Gloucestershire

An interwar church overlooking the Golden Valley borne out of two women's suffering and hope
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St Philip’s, Caerdeon, Gwynedd

St Philip’s, Caerdeon is hard to define. It has been described as rustic Mediterranean, Alpine, of French Basque influence or like an Italian farm building.
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St Mary Magdalene’s, Caldecote, Hertfordshire

A weather-beaten majesty in a deserted medieval village just off the A1
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St Michael and All Angels’, Castlemartin, Pembrokeshire

Cut in to a steeply sloping rock bank, this ancient church on the Pembrokeshire Coast Path may have prehistoric origins
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St Mary’s, Derwen, Denbighshire

St Mary's is renowned for its medieval rood screen and loft and medieval arched-braced roof, as well as its fine 15th century churchyard cross.
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St Denis’s, East Hatley, Cambridgeshire

The nave of St Denis's, East Hatley was built from field stones c.1217. It was extended in the 1300s, and restored by William Butterfield in 1874.
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St Mary’s, Eastwell, Kent

A ruined medieval church with claims of royal connections at the edge of a picturesque lake
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St Mary’s, Fordham, Norfolk

Off the beaten track, this distinctive 'gingerbread' church is unexpectedly lofty. Don't miss the mysterious medieval coffin lids ...
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St Michael and All Angels’, Gwernesney, Monmouthshire

This diminutive Grade I listed church dates from the 13th century, and is said to house the oldest bells in Monmouthshire.
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Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Hardmead, Buckinghamshire

A fine, medieval, rural church with connections to the Gunpowder Plot and the Franklin expedition to the Northwest Passage
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Free Chapel, Hodgeston, Pembrokeshire

Inside this unassuming village church with its curiously tall tower are elaborate clues to its grand history.
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St Lawrence’s, Hutton Bonville, Yorkshire

A tiny church with ancient origins sitting in timeless melancholy at the edge of the East Coast Mainline
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Old St Matthew’s, Lightcliffe, Yorkshire

An iconic 18th-century tower that's a landmark in our history, and in LGBT history
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St Anno’s, Llananno, Powys

Within the little church of St Anno, on the banks of the river Ithon, is one of the great treasures of Welsh craftsmanship.
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St Peulan’s, Llanbeulan, Anglesey

A 12th-century church perched on a mound at the bottom of an ancient causeway
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St Peter’s, Llancillo, Herefordshire

This tiny church in the Border Country is probably the most difficult of all our buildings to find — but the search is worth it.
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St Oudoceus’s, Llandawke, Carmarthenshire

A hidden church built over a stream with an Ogham stone, medieval effigy, and colourful 19th-century history
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St Eloi’s, Llandeloy, Pembrokeshire

At Llandeloy (Llandeloi) Arts & Crafts architect John Coates Carter created a building to symbolise a personal journey through life and faith.
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St Ellyw’s, Llanelieu, Powys

Deep in the Black Mountains in a large and ancient churchyard, this church is renowned for its 14th century rood screen and blood-red loft.
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St Baglan’s, Llanfaglan, Gwynedd

An ancient church on the shore of the Menai Straits and in the of shadow of the Snowdon mountain range
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St Mary the Virgin’s, Llanfair Kilgeddin, Monmouthshire

An astonishing expression of the Arts & Crafts movement in the Usk valley, with 16 stunning sgraffito panels by Heywood Sumner
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St Bigail’s, Llanfigael, Anglesey

An unassuming roadside church with a complete late Georgian interior
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St Michael & All Angels’, Llanfihangel Rogiet, Monmouthshire

You'll find this medieval church, with 13th-century effigies and a connection to the inventor of self-raising flour, in a rural setting close to the intersection of the M4 and M48
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St Brothen’s, Llanfrothen, Gwynedd

13th-century walls, a 15th-century roof that will make your jaw drop, and connections with David Lloyd George and Clough Williams-Ellis
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St Cadoc’s, Llangattock Vibon Avel, Monmouthshire

A secluded medieval church, linked to Rolls Royce, with stained glass by three Victorian makers at their very best
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St David’s, Llangeview, Monmouthshire

Ancient church in an almost circular churchyard, with a 15th century rood beam and loft, and a wealth of 18th-century woodwork
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St Jerome’s, Llangwm Uchaf, Monmouthshire

Grade I listed church with one of the finest medieval screens in South Wales and dazzling Pre-Raphaelite floor tiles
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Old Church of St Afran, St Ieuan & St Sannan, Llantrisant, Anglesey

A 14th-century nave and chancel, with an 17th-century extension - the first church in Wales which we rescued
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St Mary’s, Long Crichel, Dorset

Medieval church with striking reticulated ceilings, set in the dramatic chalk landscape of the Cranborne Chase — with important links to 20th century literature and the gay rights movement
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St David’s, Manordeifi, Pembrokeshire

Medieval church on the Teifi flood meadows, with a 13th century carved font and full set of Georgian box pews
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St John the Baptist’s, Matlock Dale, Derbyshire

A charming Arts & Crafts chapel built into a cliff face overlooking the Derwent Valley World Heritage Site
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St Dogmael’s, Meline, Pembrokeshire

Diminutive light-filled church designed for Gothic romanticist Sir Thomas David Lloyd in 1864
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Tuxlith Chapel, Milland, West Sussex

We pulled this 800-year-old chapel in the woods back from the brink of ruin
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St Mary’s, Mundon, Essex

Wonderful medieval church with a timber-framed skirt, in a desolate landscape that inspired The War of the Worlds
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St John the Baptist’s, Papworth St Agnes, Cambridgeshire

A distinctive Victorian chequerboard church of limestone and knapped flint with traces of an earlier, medieval building
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St Mary’s, Penllech, Gwynedd

Set on the Llŷn Peninsula, St Mary's has medieval origins, and a beautifully simple rustic late Georgian interior.
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St Beuno’s, Penmorfa, Gwynedd

Medieval glass, 19th century woodwork, and a stone and slate lychgate, all on the 6th century site of St Beuno's cell
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St Decumanus’s, Rhoscrowther, Pembrokeshire

An ancient church with a majestic tapering tower, medieval effigies and Baroque monuments, all in the shadow of an oil refinery
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Old St Peter’s, Saltfleetby, Lincolnshire

The medieval tower is all that remains of the old church, as the rest of the building was moved to a better location in 1877
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St Andrew’s, South Huish, Devon

A noble medieval ruin not far from beaches of South Milton Sands
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St Leonard’s, Spernall, Warwickshire

A church with a medieval nave and a Neo-Norman chancel with a distinctive wheel window
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St John the Baptist’s, Sutterby, Lincolnshire

A tiny church in a fold in the Lincolnshire Wolds that was once set to be demolished, but is now restored and loved by people all over the world
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St Mary’s, Tal-y-Llyn, Anglesey

Small but perfectly formed church in an ancient circular churchyard overlooking Llyn Padrig (Padrig Lake)
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St Mary’s, Temple, Corsley, Wiltshire

An early 20th-century private chapel built in the Arts & Crafts style, set in a chocolate box village
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Chapel of Ease, Thornton-le-Beans, Yorkshire

A small, simple chapel of 1770 in a village with a curious name
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St Michael’s, Tremain, Ceredigion

Gothic revival church (one of the first in Wales) designed by architect John Jones (a bard known as 'Talhaiarn') and built in distinctive Pwntan sandstone
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Castle Chapel, Urishay, Herefordshire

Dating from the 12th century, Urishay chapel is the earliest purpose-built castle chapel in Herefordshire, and it was so very nearly lost forever
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Strict & Particular Baptist Chapel, Waddesdon Hill, Buckinghamshire

Founded in 1792 by local farmer, Francis Cox, whose name appears on the date plaque over the south door, and whose funerary monument is within the chapel
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St Peter’s, Wickham Bishops, Essex

A 12th-century church with four centuries of wall-paintings, and home to a stained-glass artist
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St Andrew’s, Wood Walton, Cambridgeshire

An medieval church in the Cambridgeshire Fens, a landmark for hundreds of commuters on the East Coast Mainline
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St Cynhaearn’s, Ynyscynhaearn, Gwynedd

At the end of an ancient causeway, you'll find this church that was built on an island in the now-drained lake of Llyn Ystumllyn
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