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St. Eadburgha, Ebrington

St. Eadburgha, Ebrington

The Parish Church in Ebrington stands in a commanding position in one of the highest parts of the village. It looks over a fertile vale to the hills of the Cotswold borderland. Despite being now almost encircled by trees, its short and sturdy Tower is still a landmark for miles around. St. Eadburgha is the patron saint. Not much is known of ...

Location: Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire, United Kingdom

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St. Hywyn, Aberdaron

St. Hywyn, Aberdaron

An ancient pilgrim church, above the beach, at the end of the Lleyn Peninsula in north-west Wales - the last staging post before crossing to Ynys Enlli (Bardsey Island). Thousands of pilgrims over the centuries have offered their prayers in this church, and their successors are making their way down the coast again, either on short distance walks ...

Location: Aberdaron, Gwynedd, United Kingdom

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St. James, Clapton on the Hill, Cheltenham

St. James, Clapton on the Hill, Cheltenham

The church of St James is a chapelry of Bourton-on the-Water, was an early possession of Evesham Abbey, and is one of the smallest churches in the Cotswolds. It is an active church which is an integral part of the community of Clapton.

There is a small garden for reflection, and views over the Windrush valley.

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Location: Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, United Kingdom

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St. James, Kings Nympton

St. James, Kings Nympton

This is a fine ancient parish church in the Perpendicular style, being of some 14th but mostly 15th century architecture. Its origins are that of a late Saxon minster of which only the windowless north wall remains. It has a beautiful rood screen and an unusual painted ceiling. The bell tower has a steeple added in Victorian times. The North ...

Location: Umberleigh, Devon, United Kingdom

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St. John the Baptist, North Baddesley, Southampton

St. John the Baptist, North Baddesley, Southampton

An ancient church, seeped in prayer, which provides a peaceful haven away from the villages that surround it, with views over the Hampshire countryside. Butterflies are often seen in the graveyard, and sometimes fly into the church itself. Small butterfly symbols - which have long represented of resurrection and hope - are available for visitors ...

Location: Southampton, Hampshire, United Kingdom

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St. Laurence Saxon Church, Bradford on Avon

St. Laurence Saxon Church, Bradford on Avon

The Saxon Church (as it is known locally) is an Ancient Monument, now in the care and ownership of an ecumenical charity, The Saxon Church Trustees. A charter of King Æthelred granted Bradford to the nuns of Shaftesbury in 1001, and the church’s architecture suggests it was built for the nuns early in the eleventh century.

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Location: Bradford on Avon, Wiltshire, United Kingdom

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St. Laurence, Pittington

St. Laurence, Pittington

Pre-conquest church in peaceful locality at Hallgarth, isolated from present settlements. Linked to Durham Cathedral by its Norman architecture. There are wall paintings celebrating St. Cuthbert’s life, a tomb cover to Christian the Mason who created Norman arches, and the pre-Norman framework is very obvious. St Laurence is a Parish Church ...

Location: Pittington, Durham, United Kingdom

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