Toppesfield - St Margaret of Antioch
This Grade I listed building dates mainly from the fourteenth century, with later additions. The south aisle was added in around 1300. The magnificent tower was built in 1699 and there is a commemorative slab in the west wall inscribed 'To the memory of Mr. Robert Wilde late Rector of this Parish who gave 100 l. towards ye building ye steple Anno 1699', with the names of the rector, churchwarden and bricklayer. In the east window of the south aisle there is some glass still remaining from the 15th century, depicting a kneeling angel with censer, fragments of a female saint and a censing angel, probably part of the Coronation of the Virgin.