St Andrews Church

St Andrews Church in Ufford, Lincolnshire is a Grade I listed medieval building which had been until recently closed and passed into the care of the Churches Conservation Trust. The majority of the church still dates from the 14th century and features a west tower, as is typical of churches from this period St Andrews Church consists of a nave without a clerestory, aisles, and a chancel.

I was invited to cover the vesting of the church into the care of the Churches Conservation Trust who ran an open day for the villagers of Ufford to find out the plans for the church going forward. Whilst the weather was a little wet and windy at times there was a really good turn out from local villagers who were all keen to hear about the plans the Churches Conservation Trust had for the church that has stood in their village for so long.

Categories: Charity Photography, Event Photography



Comments (2)

  1. Charlotte

    Thanks for taking the time to come and photograph the vesting of our church, it was good to be able to capture some fantastic images of the day and the villagers all enjoying themselves.

    Very lovely picture of our little church!

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