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Normanton Church and Museum

Normanton Park Road, Normanton, Rutland, England, United Kingdom, LE15 8RP
St Matthew's Church is most unusual as it located on a tiny peninsular of rocks on the edge of Rutland Water - a major reservoir in the tiny county of Rutland. Parts of the church…

Knowlton Church & Henge

Address: Lumber Lane, Knowlton, Wimborne, Dorset, England, UK, BH21 5AE
The story of Knowlton Church and its earthworks is a spiritual combination of Christian and Neolithic history.  The 12th century stone-and-flint Norman Knowlton Church is a unique site in that it sits inside a Neolithic…

Leiston Abbey

Abbey Road, Theberton, Leiston, Suffolk IP16 4TD, United Kingdom, IP16 4TD
Formerly known as St Mary's Abbey, Leiston Abbey was founded near to the Suffolk villages of Leiston and Middleton in 1182 by Ranulf de Glanville, Lord Chief Justice to Henry II. In 1363 the Abbey…

St Michael’s Church Ruin Burrow Mump

Burrow Wall Road, Burrow Bridge, Somerset, England, United Kingdom, TA7 0RB
Known as an area prone to flooding and also home to for remarkable wildlife including the rare Hen Harrier, this ruined church is in a part of south-west England that can too easily be bypassed…

St Cwyfan’s – Church in the Sea

Cribinau Island, Aberffraw, Anglesey, Wales, United Kingdom
St Cwyfan's Church is situated on the tiny island of Cribinau - a small tidal island off the south west coast of the Isle of Anglesey in Wales and because it is enclosed by a…

St Winefride’s Holy Well

Greenfield Street, Holywell, Flintshire, Wales, United Kingdom, CH8 7PN
Located in the Flintshire village of Holywell, St. Winefride's Well is said to be the oldest site of pilgrimage in Britain that is still regularly visited. The legend tells of beautiful but pious Winefride (Winifred)…

Church of the Holy Rude

St John Street, Stirling, Stirlingshire, Scotland, United Kingdom, FK8 1ED
Located in the town of Stirling, the Church of the Holy Rude was first built around 1129AD. It shares the same commanding hill and defensive ridge with Stirling Castle. The second oldest building in the…
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