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Easily accessible without having to go to Burton Agnes Hall (well worth a visit, itself) this Church historically dates back to the 12th. Century although the current building was developed over three centuries.
There is a respectful blend of modern day activity with the ancient...More
This attractive church in Burton Agnes, which dates from the 12th century, sits just beside Burton Agnes Hall and is reached via an impressive archway of yew trees that are over 300 years old.
There is much to admire on the inside, including the Norman...More
This lovely church is close to Burton Agnes Hall, and our visit to the church was just an afterthought. But there were a lot of interesting features, including a tomb topped with marble sculptures of a husband and wife, with fascinating details. Each pew is...More
The sign said… our mission… to provide an ever present Christian spiritual focus for the community and offer acceptance, forgiveness and hope to all. Two inches to the right was a padlock! Clearly only ever-present in the summer season!
Amazingly historical church containing the graves and memorials of many of the previous custodians of Burton Agnes Hall including ancient alabaster tombs and gruesome charnel-house edifices complete with fake coffins, through to simple plain memorials of later and even the most recent occupants, the names...More