Chadwell St Mary
St Cedd is believed to have used a well near the site of the church to baptise converts to Christianity during the seventh century, and the name of the village derives from this. The current church has a Norman nave, 14th century chancel and 15th century tower. Over the north doorway is a Norman tympanum, decorated with rosettes and saltire crosses. The west doorway still contains the original 15th century door. It is a Grade I listed building.