Stibbington, St John the Baptist

An unusual triple-gabled west front was built in the 1840s when the dilapidated medieval tower was demolished. The outer walls of the nave are also nineteenth-century but inside is still largely medieval. The north arcade is Norman and the south Early English. Early twelfth-century is the splendid chancel arch and the chancel east wall has lancet windows. There is an Anglo-Saxon effigy of a priest.

St John the Baptist

Church Lane
Stibbington/ Peterborough


Ride and Stride


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