St. Hilda's Church

St. Hilda's Church (StreetView)
St Hilda's church at Danby is possibly the archetypal English parish church,that has evolved over the centuries,it has elements of Saxon Norman,early medieval and Georgian features.

There has been a church on this site since 1100AD the present church being built on a previous Christian burial ground.

There have been some restorations over the centuries one of the main ones being in 1777,also additions have been made.
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