Little Cressingham, NFK
[O.S. Ref: TF 872 001]
Dedication: St. Andrew
Situated close to the Peddars Way long distance footpath, St. Andrew's Church is a dramatic sight. It was originally a large 14th century church with a nave, chancel and two side aisles with a flint tower. In 1781 a storm bought down the tower and damaged half the nave. The latter was restored with a brick wall separating it from the ruined tower and now only the east bays of the chancel and nave are roofed. It is designated as a Grade I listed building.
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