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St Germain

St Germain

Open most days during daylight hours

Wiggenhall St Germans, Norfolk | PE34 3EU

A good vantage point from which to enjoy the setting of this church is the bridge over the Great Ouse.

St Mary & All Saints

St Mary & All Saints

The church is open most days between roughly 8am to 5pm.

Willingham, Cambridgeshire | CB245HS

The Fenland village of Willingham owes its exceptionally interesting church partly to its location on a medieval processional route.

St Andrew

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

Willoughton, Lincolnshire | DN21 4BT

The church of St Andrew was built in 1794 to replace earlier buildings on the site.

St Mary & St Peter

St Mary & St Peter

Winter 9am to 4pm. Summer 9am to 6pm.

Wilmington, Sussex | BN26 5SL

Wilmington is a Downland village of Saxon origin, the present church was first built around 1200 as a chapel to the adjacent Priory and a feature of the churchyard is the ancient Yew tree, estimated to be 1600 years old, the trunk having a girth of 23ft.

St Michael

Open daily.

Wilsford, Wiltshire | SP4 7BL

Situated by the Avon, the church has a Norman tower but the rest is by TH Wyatt in 1851.

St Mary & St Nicholas

St Mary & St Nicholas

Open daily.

Wilton, Wiltshire | SP2 0DL

Grade I Victorian church built by Wyatt and Brandon for the Pembroke family at Wilton House.

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Wimbledon Congregational Church

The church is open for coffee morning on Thursdays 10am to 12noon and other activities during the week.

Wimbledon, Greater London | SW19 3QH

Up to 1957 Wimbledon Congregational Church met in the hall known as the Memorial Hall which is now rented by Building Blocks Nursery.

Donhead Preparatory School Chapel

The chapel is not open to the public except for on special open days.

Wimbledon, Greater London | SW19 4NP

‘After 83 years Donhead finally has its own Chapel and, as a Jesuit School, is now complete’ GC McGrath, Headmaster.

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