Sandon - St Andrew
The nave and chancel were built during the 12th and 13th century. The north aisle was added iduring the 14th century, then the chancel was extended eastwards during the 15th century. The tower and south porch were added during the 16th century, and are of very high quality. This is perhaps because the manor of Sandon was given by Henry VIII to Cardinal Wolsey early in the sixteenth century: he may have been responsible for the tower and porch. The church has retained several 18th century windows.