About Village Churches

St. Andrews Church - Ewerby

St. Andrews is a Grade 1 listed building and is an example of early 14th century Decorated style with a 172 feet spire. The spire has well preserved carvings of heads, animals and demons. The ten bells housed in the spire are rung regularly by a group of local bell ringers.

The church was built in 1350 on the site of an earlier 10th century church. The remains of the base of a font and a coffin lid can still be seen inside. The window glass was replaced in 1882 and the walls were stripped back to bare stone during an extensive restoration in 1895. The church was restored again in 2009.

In the north chancel is the recubent effigy of Sir Alexamber Aunsell, the founder of the church.


St Marys Church - Evedon

The Parish church,  dedicated to  Saint Mary, is a grade 2 listed building. It is dated back to the 13th century and was restored in 1898 and built from limestone.