Wilburton, St Peter's Church
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HERITAGE HIGHLIGHTS: 15th century timber roof
In the nave is a very large, beautifully crafted, memorial brass to Richard Bole, Archdeacon of Ely (d. 1477). Against the south wall are further brasses to William Byron (d. 1516) and his wife, and John Hyll (d. 1506) with his wife Margaret, and their 7 children.
On the north wall are much faded fragments of medieval wall painings, including a St Christopher and figures of St Louis, St Michael, and St George. The north transept houses a Victorian chapel to members of the Pell family.
There is a very nice 15th century rood screen, decorated with figures of a griffin and dragon, and a pair of Green Men.
About Wilburton, St Peter's Church
Address: Church Lane, Wilburton, Cambridgeshire, England
Attraction Type: Historic Church
Location: Off the A1123 1 mile east of Haddenham
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Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest
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