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St Andrew, Wimpole

History of St Andrew's church, Wimpole

Listed Building:

Parish church. C14 north chapel remains from the medieval church on the site which was replaced in 1749 by the present building designed by Henry Flitcroft. Restoration of 1887 involved the gothicizing of the south front. Red brick, limestone dressings but the west end nearest the house is of clunch ashlar with limestone ashlar to lower courses. Parapetted roofs with moulded main cornice. Plan of nave and chancel under single roof and north chapel. North chapel has one C14 window of clunch……


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