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The market town of Whittlesey has two medieval parish churches, both of which are still actively in use. They also have entirely separate congregations, both of which are sufficiently healthy that it looks like both churches are safe for now.

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St Andrew is much smaller than St Mary, but very beautiful. It is built of ochre sandstone and sits snugly against the road: the east wall is built into the churchyard and overlooks the houses opposite. The structure is mostly 13th and 14th century work, but was continually added to and modified through until the Reformation. Many of the most striking details on the exterior are late Perpendicular.

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