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All Saints, Bolton Percy, North Yorkshire
All Saints
This charming church is notable not only for its beautiful location in an idyllic village not far from York, but also for the fabulous windows, intriguing carving in the lych gate and the most stunning "wild" graveyard across the road.
All Saints, Sherburn-in-Elmet, North Yorkshire
All Saints
This striking church commands a beautiful view to the East across towards the sea. On a clear day the building glows in the Sun and the landscape stretches away from you. Inside the church is a special house guest - Jess the cat - so please be careful with the door!
St. Wilfrid's, Kirkby Knowle, North Yorkshire
St. Wilfrid
St. Wilfrid's sits in the small village of Kirkby Knowle in a beautifully peaceful area. Although relatively modern, the church has several indicators to long-term worship on the site, not least being the fine top-cover of a tomb dating to the 12th Century (see photo).
All Saints, Rudston, East Riding of Yorkshire
All Saints
All Saints' Church in Rudston is principally remarkable for the huge standing stone at the North East Corner. It is believed to be the tallest standing stone in England, Weighing 40 tons and standing 25 feet tall with a similar length believed to be buried beneath the ground.