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Holy Rood, Daglingworth, Gloucestershire

Parish church

Daglingworth lies some three miles NW of Cirencester. The church, which is on a level site close to the present manor house, consists of a ...


St Mary, Dallington, Northamptonshire

Parish church

St Mary's has a nave with N and S aisles and Perpendicular clerestoreys. The arcades are both of the 13thc. and very similar, of four ...


St Cuthbert, Dalmeny

Parish church

Dalmeny church is a four-cell building consisting of a west tower, nave, vaulted chancel and vaulted apse.  The original west tower seems to have collapsed ...


St Michael, Dalston, Cumberland

Parish church

Dalston is situated about four miles S of Carlisle, and the church is located in the village square. The church of St Michael consists of ...


St George, Damerham, Hampshire

Parish church

Damerham is a village in W Hampshire, on the NW edge of the New Forest, 8 miles S of Salisbury and 3 miles NW of ...


St Helen, Darley, Derbyshire

Parish church

A cruciform church with a nave of three bays, aisles and chancel, with a square tower at the W end. The church is 13thc and ...


St Luke and All Saints, Darrington, Yorkshire, West Riding

Parish church

Darrington is a small village, 3 miles SE of Pontefract, now divided by the main A1 road. The large church stands prominently on its hill. ...


All Saints, Darsham, Suffolk

Parish church

Darsham is a village in E Suffolk, 5 miles N of Saxmundham and 3 miles inland from Dunwich. It stands in rising arable land in ...


All Saints, Datchworth, Hertfordshire

Parish church

The church has a chancel with attached vestry, nave with N aisle and S porch, and W tower. The nave is 12thc., the N aisle ...


St James, Dauntsey, Wiltshire

Parish church

The church is rubble stone and ashlar with stone slate roofs and coped gables. The north and  south doorways in the aisles date from the 12th century, indicating ...


St Peter, Daylesford, Gloucestershire

Parish church

Daylesford lies just inside the county boundary, south of the A436 towards Stow-on-the-Wold. It was part of Worcestershire until 1931, when it was redesignated as ...


St Mary Magdalene, Debenham, Suffolk

Parish church

Debenham is a small town skirted by the river Deben (little more than a stream at this point), in central Suffolk some 8 miles E ...


St James the Less, Denchworth, Berkshire

Parish church

Denchworth is a village in the Vale of the White Horse, 3 miles N of Wantage. The church is in the village centre alongside a ...

Denny Abbey

Denny Abbey, Cambridgeshire

Benedictine priory

What survives of the 12thc. work is the nave of two bays with a W doorway and a S aisle arcade, and the crossing with ...


St Andrew, Dent, Yorkshire, West Riding

Parish church

Dentdale, which is nine miles long, has scattered farms but only one village, Dent. The town of Sedbergh is the outlet to the west. During ...


St Leonard, Denton, Sussex

Parish church

A heavily restored church comprising nave and chancel. It contains a Romanesque font.


St Margaret, Denton, Northamptonshire

Parish church

St Margaret's has a large, squarish nave of alternate limestone and ironstone courses, dating from the rebuilding of 1827-28 by Charles Squirhill. This replaced an ...


St Mary, Depden, Suffolk

Parish church

St Mary’s stands at the Sern end of a strip of woodland that was once much larger. It is not served by any road, and ...

Devenish Island

St Molaise, Devenish Island

Church (ruin)

A small rectangular oratory 7.8 m x 5.75 m in a ruinous condition with the maximum height of the walls rising to 1.85m. The proportionately ...

Devenish Island, round tower

Devenish Island, round tower

Round tower

A complete tower, in good condition, built externally of coursed sandstone ashlar, with some limestone internally. The external diameter at the base of the tower ...