Queniborough Church, Leicestershire

This elegant church with its fragile looking thin tower dates to the 13th and early 14th Centuries. It is Grade I listed and is one of the finest churches in the immediate vicinity of Leicester.

It seems to have had an uneventful history and the Victorians renovated with some care, so what is left is a great example of a spired parish church
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