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St Mary the Virgin, Salehurst, Sussex

Parish church

This church does not incorporate any obvious 12thc. fabric. It has a W tower, a long nave with a 13thc. (Early English) clerestorey, later aisles ...


St Mary, Salford, Oxfordshire

Parish church

Salford is 3 miles NW of Chipping Norton in rolling countryside near the Warwickshire border. The small church is situated on a slope to the ...

Salford Priors

St Matthew, Salford Priors, Warwickshire

Parish church

An originally 12thc. church consisting of chancel, narrow nave, W tower with clasping buttresses and nave S aisle. The S aisle was added in the ...

Sampford Courtenay

St Andrew, Sampford Courtenay, Devon

Parish church

The church has chancel, nave with N and S aisles and S porch, W tower, and a vestry attached to the E of the chancel.  ...


All Saints, Sancton, Yorkshire, East Riding

Parish church

The village is on the route of the Roman road from Brough to Malton, where a valley opens from the E in the Wolds escarpment; ...

Sandal Magna

St Helen, Sandal Magna, Yorkshire, West Riding

Parish church

Sandal Magna and its church is about two miles south of the centre of Wakefield. The basically-cruciform church has a 6-bay nave with aisles, a ...

Sandford St Martin

St Martin, Sandford St Martin, Oxfordshire

Parish church

Sandford St Martin is a remote village in N Oxfordshire, 6 miles SE of Chipping Norton. It is in the area of the iron-rich Hornton ...


St Giles, Sandiacre, Derbyshire

Parish church

The church consists of a nave, a large chancel, and a tower surmounted by a lower spire at the W end. The chancel was rebuilt ...


St Andrew, Sandon, Essex

Parish church

Sandon is a village in the Chelmsford district of central Essex. It is outside the E edge of Great Baddow, and 2 miles W of ...


St Leonard, Sandridge, Hertfordshire

Parish church

The church consists of chancel with attached vestry, nave with clerestory, N and S aisles and N and S porches, and W tower. The late ...

Santon Downham

St Mary the Virgin, Santon Downham, Suffolk

Parish church

The village stands on the southern bank of the Little Ouse that forms the boundary with Norfolk. The tiny village of Santon, which was subsumed ...


St Andrew, Sapiston, Suffolk

Redundant parish church

The church and Grange Farm stand together alongside a ford (now too deep for use) over the Black Bourn immediately SE of Honington in N ...


St Mary, Sarnesfield, Herefordshire

Parish church

Sarnesfield is a village in the W of the county, 11 miles NW of Hereford. The two manors into which it was divided at the ...


Holy Cross, Sarratt, Hertfordshire

Parish church

Sarratt is a village in the Three Rivers district of Hertfordshire (i.e. in the SW of the county), 4 miles N of Rickmansworth and less ...


St Mary, Saunderton, Buckinghamshire

Parish church

Saunderton is a dispersed hamlet on the northern edge of theChiltern Hills, in the east of south Buckinghamshire.  The hamlet is 1 mile SW of ...

Sawley Abbey

Sawley Abbey, Yorkshire, West Riding

Cistercian abbey

Sawley Abbey is on the Ribble four miles NE of Clitheroe and about 13 miles WSW Skipton. Pendle Hill lowers to the S; the Forest ...


St Mary the Virgin, Sawston, Cambridgeshire

Parish church

A flint and pebble church consisting of nave and aisles with an aisleless 13thc. chancel and a W tower with a lead spike and an ...


All Saints, Saxton, Yorkshire, West Riding

Parish church

Saxton is a village about 12 miles from Leeds. The church of All Saints has a W tower, nave with S porch and S chapel, ...


St Peter, Scaldwell, Northamptonshire

Parish church

The church has an aisled nave with a clerestorey on the S side only, chancel and W tower. The nave arcades are of two bays ...


St Martin, Scampston, Yorkshire, East Riding

Parish church

This small Victorian church, set in a pleasant estate village, was rebuilt from 1845. The builders reused many Norman stones quarried from a light yellow ...