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St Swinthin, Launcells, Cornwall: the nave fitted with Tudor benches

RIBA6870
NOTES: This church dates from 900. In the nave, there are 60 Tudor bench-ends, each carved with abbreviated representations of Christ's Passion.

St Andrew, Cullompton, Devon: the nave with the Lane Aisle on the far right

RIBA6878
NOTES: The Lane Aisle was built in Beer stone c.1525 by John Lane, a wool merchant, whose tomb slab lies below the spreading fans.

St Mary, Ottery St Mary, Devon: the nave looking west

RIBA6887
Butterfield, William (1814-1900)
NOTES: This church was reconstructed in 1338-1342. The Dorset Aisle was added in 1520. The interior was thoroughly restored by William Butterfield in 1850.

St Bartholomew, Tong, Shropshire: the alabaster tomb of Sir Richard Vernon of Haddon Hall, Treasurer of Calais (d.1451) and his wife, Benedicta of Ludlow under the south crossing

RIBA6923
NOTES: This church was built in 1409-1425 by Lady Isabel de Pembrugge (d.1446) in memory of her relatives. The only later addition was the Vernon Chantry, the so-called 'Golden Chapel', built in 1515-1519 to the south side of the south aisle. The church was restored by Ewan Christian, which was completed in 1892.

St Wystan, Repton, Derbyshire: the Saxon crypt where King Aethelbald was buried in 757

RIBA6938
NOTES: The church dates from the 8th century to the 15th. The chancel and the crypt beneath it are among the most precious survivals of Anglo-Saxon architecture in England.

St Wystan, Repton, Derbyshire: the Saxon crypt where King Aethelbald was buried in 757

RIBA6939
NOTES: The church dates from the 8th century to the 15th. The chancel and the crypt beneath it are among the most precious survivals of Anglo-Saxon architecture in England.

St Leonard's Priory, Priory Road, Stamford, Lincolnshire

RIBA6958
NOTES This church is the remains of a Benedictine cell founded c.1100 by the monks of Durham to administer their southern estates.
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