St Bartholomew

 

A church was recorded in Ingoldsby in the Domesday Book, probably on the same site as the current Grade I listed building. St Bartholomew's dates from the late Norman period, but is mostly of 14th and 15th century construction. The north aisle columns are 12th century with waterleaf capitals. The south aisle contains fragments of a mediaeval Coronation of the Virgin window, and both north and south doors are 15th century with ogee carving.

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