The first edition of the St Andrew’s Northwold History and Guide was produced at speed in the summer of 1988 and has long since sold out. There is more to tell now and it is possible to reproduce not only the Ladbrooke engraving of the church as it was in 1821 but also an 1853 engraving of the Easter Sepulchre, together with photographs of the Sepulchre today and of other church memorials. This guide will help visitors, old and new, to explore the richness and diversity of St Andrew’s history and development.
J. A. Norris



Quick Quide

Northwold Enters Written History

The Ely Connection

Northwold in Domesday

Northwold’s Greatest Son – A Benedictine Monk

Bishop Hugh’s Early English Church

From Early English to Decorated

Early Rectors, the Black Death & a Wall Painting

The Easter Sepulchre

Who Was John Sterlynge (or Starling or Stalyng)?

How St. Andrew’s Acquired Its Tower

The Tudor Period

Northwold Under The Stuarts and Cromwell

Georgian St. Andrew’s

Modern Times – From Charles Norman Onwards

A Brief Note on Sources