Painted ceiling of church chancel with rood screen and triptych behind altar

Bromfield, St Mary the Virgin

Formerly a Benedictine Priory Church built in c. 1155, a striking and significant feature of St Mary the Virgin is the chancel ceiling depicting the Shield of Trinity surrounded by cherubs and texts.

Looking down on church tower beside a lake with fields and houses

Blagdon, St Andrew

The C15th tower of the beautiful church of St Andrew’s is one of the tallest in Somerset, and an important feature in the landscape.

Church with bell tower, surrounded by trees, with sign and a few people in churchyard

Askham, St Peter

A small ‘pre-ecclesiological’ Gothic Revival church of 1832 by Sir Robert Smirke (the architect for nearby Lowther Castle), incorporating features from the earlier medieval church on this site.

A warm stone church standing in a graveyard with a square tower with a small turrent

Braunston-in-Rutland, All Saints

One of our three pilot churches, the Soprano Pipistrelle colony is still thriving in the south aisle roof with no mess or damage inside the church.