A richly rewarding church, both warm and welcoming in the smart northern suburb of Northampton.
A medieval wonder in a pretty village.
St Peter's is legitimately another claimant for the title 'best Northamptonshire steeple'.
This archetypal medieval church is set in the heart of the village. It abuts a clearly later square tower (1633) topped by a good spire and on the south side a chapel, refashioned in 1621, juts into the churchyard.
The church of the Catesby family, perhaps most recalled in their final year when Robert Catesby met his death riddled with musket shot here following the discovery of the Gunpowder Plot in 1605.
This beautiful 13th century medieval Northamptonshire ironstone and limestone church, with spectacular broach spire, and sumptuous chancel, lavishly decorated with marble, alabaster, semi precious stones and gold leaf.
The village of Barnwell has two churches. The parish church of at Andrews and the remains of All Saints.
This is a church for those who enjoy an architectural jigsaw. The exterior gives a clue to the complexity of the game.
A plum pudding for old men.
A Norman church largely rebuilt in the 14th century and has a Norman font with intertwined monsters, fish and seemingly incongruously a cross.
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One journey links four nations, spans 400 years of history and connects millions of people.
Happy and glorious churches and cathedrals across the UK have hosted royal weddings through history.