Little Gransden Church, Cambridgeshire

The villages of Great Gransden and Little Gransden today both stand in Cambridgeshire, but historically speaking Little Gransden is the only one in that county, the other is in neighbouring Huntingdonshire.

Although the church dates from the 13th Century it was very heavily rebuilt in the 1850s to 1870s under the auspices of J.P. St. Aubyn. The rebuild was very extensive and everything was restored a second time in the 1880s leaving a very Victorian structure with a medieval core.

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