Wormingford - St Andrews
This 12th century church is built of rubble, flint, and Roman bricks. The church was remodelled in the 14th and 15th centuries and heavily restored in 1870. It is believed that a Saxon church previously existed on the site, with a bell tower which doubled as a look out post watching for Viking raiders coming up the Stour. The porch is Victorian, with a late 14th century doorway inside; above which can be seen the arch of the original 12th century entrance.The building is Grade I listed. In the churchyard is the grave of the artist John Nash R.A..