A Dorset gem saved by the ghost of Thomas Hardy.
This Grade 1 church is noted for its late 13th century Decorated work, described by Betjeman as an architectural gem.
All Saints is a beautiful, much loved parish church with a medieval churchyard cross stump.
There is a tradition that this impressive church occupies the site of an ancient Druidical altar.
St Mary's is most famous for carvings from a church or churches that stood on this site going back to Saxon times, found throughout the church, mounted into the fabric of the walls.
In the centre of the town, just to the east of the site of what was once an important castle, and close to the River Nene, this church has a long and complex history, all reflected in its unusual internal arrangements.
A small, charming 11th century Norman church standing near the River Stour in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with a notable ornamented south door, fine Norman chancel arch, 13th and 14th century wall paintings and unique 15th century font.
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900 years of worship in the heart of Oxfordshire.
St Mary's church, Witney, is a magnificent building set in beautiful and historic surroundings and rising majestically above the centre of the town.
Only a few survive and to visit one is like stepping back in time!
Like looking for a magnificent church, if you’re seeking a decent bottle of vino, you don’t have to look far!
Warm hearted and lively Victoria is one of history’s most celebrated monarchs.