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Church in Fenland

All Saints

All Saints

Elm

The church is 13th century and has much fine Early English work, built with t...

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All Saints

All Saints

Walsoken

Walsoken and All Saints church itself are partly in Cambridgeshire and partly...

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Chapel of Ease

Chapel of Ease

Guyhirn

Used regularly only until the 19th-century church was built. A simple Puritan...

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St Andrews

St Andrews

Whittlesey

St Andrews is 14th century with good battlements and pinnacles. It has a ligh...

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St Giles

St Giles

Tydd St Giles

Tydd St. Giles is a village in Cambridgeshire. It was founded in the late 100...

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St John the Baptist

St John the Baptist

Parson Drove

This church is on the edge of the modern village and in the care of The Churc...

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St Leonard

St Leonard

Leverington

One of the tallest spires in Fenland. It was built about 1425 and has unusual...

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St Mary

St Mary

Doddington

A modest church which until the early 19th century was one of the richest rec...

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St Mary

St Mary

Wisbech

Mainly 14th century. The church has interesting carved figures in the nave ar...

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St Mary

St Mary

Whittlesey

St Mary's is famous for the tallest spire in Cambridgeshire, supported o...

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St Peter and St Paul

St Peter and St Paul

Chatteris

St Peter and St Paul is well sited in the centre of the town of Chatteris. It...

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St Peter and St Paul

St Peter and St Paul

Wisbech

Celebrating 900 years in 2011, the oldest building in Wisbech is the parish c...

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St Wendreda

St Wendreda

March

Until the 19th century, St Wendreda was a chapel-of-ease of Doddington. Mainl...

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