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St Mary

Adderbury, Oxfordshire | OX17 3LP

This splendid church is one of the greatest to be found in Oxfordshire.

St Michael & All Angels

Addingham, Cumbria | CA10 1DU

This Grade II* listed church dates from the early sixteenth century with much reused early medieval stonework from a nearby ninth century church destroyed by the River Eden.

St Peter

Addingham, Yorkshire | LS29 0QS

St Peter’s is an ancient and living church serving the village of Addingham.

St Nicholas

Addlethorpe, Lincolnshire | PE24 4TA

Beautiful 15th century 'Cathedral of the Marsh', a magnificent example of medieval craftsmanship.

St John the Baptist

Adel, Yorkshire | LS16 8DW

Adel church is one of the finest examples of Norman architecture in Britain. It has been in existence in its current form since 1150, making it the oldest church in Leeds.

St Adwena

Advent, Cornwall | PL32 9QW

Here at Advent, the simplicity of a beautiful Cornish church, in a field surrounded by grazing cattle, sheep and horses, we can offer a restful, rural location for all occasions.

Capel Gyfylchi

Afan Argoed, Glamorgan | SA12 9SP

Capel Gyfylchi, above Afan Argoed, was a chapel of ease, an outlying church of the large parish of Michaelston super Afan.

Aghadowey Presbyterian Church

Aghadowey, County Londonderry | BT51 4DR

Aghadoweys 300 year history has at its centre worship and education, our members continue show care for each other and reach out to others.

St Andrew

Aikton, Cumbria | CA7 0HP

A traditional village church made from stone from Hadrians Wall.

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Pedals & Pipes

by John Norman Mozart called it ‘the King of Instruments’. Discover fascinating church organs, with an intro by Huw Edwards.