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St Mary & St Gabriel

From early morning to dusk.

Stoke Gabriel, Devon | TQ9 6SD

In a picturesque setting, the Grade I listed parish church is located on a steep bluff in the centre of the village at the end of a cobbled stone walk.

St Giles

Open most days during daylight hours.

Stoke Poges, Buckinghamshire | SL2 4LN

The churchyard here is famously said to have inspired Thomas Gray to write his Elegy in a Country Churchyard in 1750, and he is buried close to the east wall of the church.

St Mary the Virgin

St Mary the Virgin

Sorry, there are no regular opening times for this church.

Stoke sub Hamdon, Somerset | TA14 6UF

St Mary's is built of the local, golden Ham stone, and has features from the 12th century to the 20th.

St Mary

St Mary

Open daily between 9am and 5pm (or dusk if earlier).

Stottesdon, Shropshire | DY14 8UH

A hidden gem, off the beaten track and a sacred space for almost 1000 years.

St Peter

Open daily.

Stourton, Wiltshire | BA12 6QE

This pleasing little medieval church is much visited, standing as it does in a key position overlooking the 18th century picturesque landscape of Stourhead, now a very popular National Trust estate.

Stow Minster

Stow Minster

Open dawn until dusk.

Stow, Lincolnshire | LN1 2DE

Visit one of the most important Saxon parish churches in England, reputed to be the mother church of Lincoln Cathedral.

Stowe Parish Church

Stowe Parish Church

Always open during the day.

Stowe, Buckinghamshire | MK18 5EH

Welcome to Stowe parish church, situated in the beautiful, world famous Stowe Landscape gardens run by the National Trust.

St George

Sorry, there are no regular opening times for this church.

Stowlangtoft, Suffolk | IP31 3JR

This dignified and harmonious building set on the elevated site of a Roman camp was built in a single phase between about 1370 and 1400.

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