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Labba Molaga

St Molaga, Labba Molaga

Ruined church

The walls of two churches remain within a subrectagular enclosure, possibly of early or medieval date (Harbison, Guide, p.59).  The smaller church has deep antae ...


St Mary, Lakenheath, Suffolk

Parish church

Lakenheath is a large village in the NW of Suffolk, between Ely and Thetford and only 10 miles from either. To the W is the ...


St Michael, Lambourn, Berkshire

Parish church

Lambourn is a large village (with a population of around 3,000) in west Berkshire, two miles from the Wiltshire border. The river Lambourn rises here, ...


St Mary and All Saints, Lambourne, Essex

Parish church

Lambourne is a hamlet in the Epping Forest district of W Essex, consisting of little more than the church, a large former rectory, and Bishops ...


All Hallows, Lamport, Northamptonshire

Parish church

From the outside, All Hallows appears entirely 18thc. but for the W tower, the lower parts of which are 12thc.; the upper 13thc. with a ...


St James the Less, Lancing, Sussex

Parish church

The church, comprising a chancel, aisled central tower, aisled nave and S porch, was rebuilt at the end of the 13thc., but incorporates some reset ...


St Andrew, Landford, Wiltshire

Parish church

This small church now consists of a chancel with a vestry, a nave and a S and N transept. The W end of the church ...


St Michael, Landrake, Cornwall

Parish church

There are some remains of the Norman cruciform church, which was enlarged in the 15thc. These include the lower part of the S wall of ...


St Sidwell and St Gulval, Laneast, Cornwall

Parish church

The northern half of the cruciform Norman church remains, although much rebuilt; the E window of the N transept retains its original jambs and sill, ...


St Peter, Laneham, Nottinghamshire

Parish church

The church consists of a chancel, nave, N aisle, S porch and W tower. Portions of the fabric of the Norman church remain with herringbone ...


St Matthew, Langford, Oxfordshire

Parish church

The church contains a Transitional aisled three-bay nave, a 13thc chancel, S porch, and a splendid 11thc tower. The tower, as well as the presence ...

Langley Marish, Slough

St Mary, Langley Marish, Slough, Buckinghamshire

Parish church, formerly chapelry

Langley Marish, or Langley, is a large village to the immediate E of Slough and contiguous with it. It was part of Buckinghamshire until 1974, ...


St Peter, Langtoft, Yorkshire, East Riding

Parish church

Langtoft has a medieval Gothic church restored and enlarged between 1900 and 1903, the last of the ‘Sykes’ churches (Pevsner & Neave 1995, 94-5, 592). It ...


St. Manarck and Dunstan, Lanreath, Cornwall

Parish church

The church consists of a west tower, a north transept, a south aisle and a south porch. The nave and chancel form one unit. The N wall of ...


St Ildiema, Lansallos, Cornwall

Parish church

Sedding noticed some wrought stonework from the Norman arcade in the N and S walls of the present 15thc. church; otherwise nothing Romanesque survives except ...


All Saints, Lapley, Staffordshire

Parish church, formerly Benedictine priory church

Lapley lies 7 miles S of Stafford, just off the Roman road from Chester and Whitchurch that joins Watling Street near Water Eaton. There are ...


St Ethelbert, Larling, Norfolk

Parish church

St Ethelbert’s comprises a square W tower, chancel, nave and S aisle. The N nave wall of the Norman church survives, although restored. The chancel ...


All Saints, Lathbury, Buckinghamshire

Parish church

Lathbury is a small village inNorth Buckinghamshire(ancient hundred of Bunsty), a mile from the northern edge of Newport Pagnell.  It stands in fertile, low-lying farmland ...


St John the Baptist, Latton, Wiltshire

Parish church

The current church consists of a chancel, a nave, N and S transepts, a small S porch and a broad W tower. The lower part ...


All Saints, Laughton-en-le-Morthen, Yorkshire, West Riding

Parish church

The church stands prominently on an outlier of the magnesian limestone escarpment, with the earthworks of a motte-and-bailey castle immediately to its west; this was ...