Bedale's medieval parish church is one of the finest churches in England, blessed with a wealth of historical features including 9th-century carved stones, medieval wall paintings, an east window brought from Jervaulx abbey, 14th and 15th-century effigies and a beautifully-carved 15th-century font. North End, Bedale, Yorkshire Dales, Yorkshire, England, DL8 1AF
St Michael's church in Bempton is built mainly of chalk and sandstone, with later additions in red brick. The oldest parts of the church are the nave arcades and the lower section of the tower, which date to about 1200. The upper section of the tower is 14th century and is constructed to an odd octagonal design. Church Lane, Bempton, Yorkshire, England, YO15 1HJ
A superb Gothic church, one of the finest in England. The Minster was built around the tomb of St John of Beverley, an 8th-century bishop of York. The Percy Canopy in the nave is perhaps the finest example of Decorated Gothic carving in existence.
It is rare that one small town boasts two superb historic churches, but that is the case for the East Yorkshire town of Beverley. The most famous of the two is without doubt Beverley Minster, a wonderful monastic church. At the other end of town, just inside the last surviving medieval town gate, stands the glorious medieval church of St Mary. Hengate, Beverley, Yorkshire, England
St Mary's Church in Birdforth, Yorkshire is a tiny 12th-century church rebuilt during the Tudor period. The church stands just off the busy A19 between York and Thirsk at the southern edge of Birdforth. Birdforth, Yorkshire, England, YO61 4NW
St Edith's church in Bishop Wilton is known as The Queen of the Wolds. It is a Norman church, much remodelled by JL Pearson for Sir Tatton Sykes in the mid 19th century, one of 17 Sykes Churches across the Yorkshire Wolds. Bishop Wilton, Yorkshire Wolds, Yorkshire, England, YO421SA
Bossall is the smallest parish in Yorkshire, and the church of St Botolph seems lost in a time warp. It is a late 12th-century church built to a cruciform plan, with a sturdy central tower. The first church here was founded by Bosa, Archbishop of York from AD 678-705, who may have given his name to the village. Bossall, Yorkshire, England, YO60 7NT
Standing beside Boynton Hall manor is this delightful Georgian brick and stone church with a 15th-century tower. The exterior of St Andrew's gives little clue to the wonderful Georgian Gothick interior that awaits inside. The east end of the church is set aside as the mausoleum of the Strickland family of Boynton Hall. Main Street, Boynton, Yorkshire, England
The church of St Mary's at Brandesburton dates to the Norman period, and retains its Norman priest's doorway. The chancel and nave are 13th century, with the addition of a 14th-century clerestory. Main Street, Brandesburton, Yorkshire, England, YO25 8RG
The parish church of St Mary in the East Yorkshire town of Bridlington is better known as Bridlington Priory, despite the fact that the priory itself is long gone. We know that a church existed at Bridlington at the time of the Domesday Book in 1086.
Church Green, Bridlington, Yorkshire, England, YO16 7JX
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