Bugthorpe, St Andrew's Church
History, tourist information, and nearby accommodation
HERITAGE HIGHLIGHTS: Chancel arch carvings include Green Man and Sheela-na-gig
The south capitals are even more interesting; here is a Green Man and a dove with a lamb. Beside the Green Man figure is a much worn Sheela-na-Gig. The church guide suggests that this was partly covered by plaster 'for decency'.
The east end of the church is 14th century, with a whitewashed sedilia and piscina in the sanctuary. There is a very fine 20th century tester above the high altar, which is located at the crossing rather than in the east end. The clock was installed in 1891, and interestingly is owned by the village, not by the church.
When I visited the keyholder was across the road in the village shop/post office.
About Bugthorpe, St Andrew's Church
Address: Main Street, Bugthorpe, Yorkshire, England, YO41 1QL
Attraction Type: Historic Church
Location: Bugthorpe village is on a minor road just norh of the A166, 3 miles east of Stanford Bridge, East Yorkshire.
Bugthorpe, St Andrew's Church Photos
Photo Credit: David Ross and Britain Express
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