One of the most important examples of Anglo Saxon architecture in Britain, certainly the largest, the church dates from the late 8th and early 9th century.
Discover the wonder of Northamptonshire's sacred heritage.
Known as the county of Spires and Squires for centuries, Northamptonshire is crammed with magnificent churches whose spires populate the skyline and equally great country houses. Both stretch back to early medieval times.
The churches below reflect this wealth of history, encompassing Saxon times through to the 20th century. Easy to access and full of treasures, not only architectural, the county offers a wealth of interesting things to the travelling tourist.
Every church has a story to tell.