St Andrew's Church, Burgoynes Road, Impington, Cambridge

St Andrew's Church, Burgoynes Road, Impington, Cambridge CB24 9NB

Grade I listed parish church with an early 13th century nave and tower. Some of the significant features of the building are: The 15th century wall paintings on the north wall of the nave and to the right of the east window. The painting in the nave is of St Christopher. Some faint remnants of medieval decoration can also be seen on beams of the nave roof (waves and chevrons). The 16th century brass of John and Margaret Burgoyne with their 7 sons and 2 daughters in the floor under the tower. This can be seen through the glass doors at the base of the tower. The modern East Window which was dedicated by the Bishop of Huntingdon on St Andrew's Day in 1991. Further details of the building can be found at:

Opening Arrangements

The church is open daily (although it is occasionally closed for services such as Weddings and Funerals). The opening times are: 9am to 5pm during the summer months (BST), 9am to 4pm during the winter months

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