Great Gransden Church, Huntingdonshire

The villages of Great Gransden and Little Gransden today both stand in Cambridgeshire, but historically speaking Great Gransden was in Huntingdonshire.

A church stood here at the time of the Domesday Book, but nothing survives any earlier than the tower of today’s church which dates to around 1360. Most of the rest dates from around 1460 with a rebuild in 1676. The whole was restored around 1873.

It does look very Victorian in character today, even though quite a lot of medieval has survived to today.

Photo - Andrew J. Müller

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