United Kingdom St Andrews Church, Kimbolton

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Carol Henson

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This is a church and, whilst the congregation welcomed me in after their service I obviously wouldn't have disturbed them during worship.

About this spot
What looks like an ordinary English church from the outside which, while pleasant, is not really outstanding, has a very surprising interior. In particular, the Tiffany Window. The story behind the window itself is tragic, as it is a memorial to the two young daughters of the eighth duke and duchess of Manchester who died in short succession, the oldest only reaching the age of 16.
Originally a wooden structure, it is now of mainly 14-15th century origin. The building itself is Grade I listed, see Images of England www.imagesofengland.org.uk/details/default.aspx

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