Remains of Church of St Helen, South Wheatley
Remains of Church of St Helen, South Wheatley, Nottinghamshire DN22 9DJ
Consists of a free standing arch, Norman 11th century, and the tower, Norman to Perpendicular 11th to 15th centuries. Plus restored north aisle column. The church was declared redundant in 1883 and under a faculty from the Bishop of Lincoln the nave and chancel were demolished. The tower has an integral spiral staircase to the ringing chamber level and the remains of a frame for 3 bells dating from 1670.
There is access at all times to the site of the church and the exterior of the tower at ground floor level. The interior of the tower may be viewed through a metalwork screen and gate set in the nave arch. Access to the interior is by appointment.