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Rippingale
 
Rippingale, St Andrew
Rippingale, St Andrew
Rippingale, St Andrew

Both the chancel (right) and south aisle (left) have windows from the Decorated period with unusually large forms.

October 2017

Rippingale, St Andrew
Rippingale, St Andrew
Rippingale, St Andrew
Rippingale, St Andrew

The view of St Andrew's from the southeast shows the disproportionately large south aisle.

October 2017

 

Rippingale, St Andrew
Rippingale, St Andrew
Rippingale, St Andrew
Rippingale, St Andrew

The tower of St Andrew's is ashlar faced and built in Perpendicular style (15th century).

October 2017

Rippingale, St Andrew
Rippingale, St Andrew
Rippingale, St Andrew
Rippingale, St Andrew

Around the base of the church tower is a frieze with quatrefoil decoration.

October 2017

Rippingale, St Andrew
Rippingale, St Andrew, porch
Rippingale, St Andrew, porch
Rippingale, St Andrew, porch

The porch with its broad flat arched entrance dates from the fourteenth century (Decorated style).

October 2017

Rippingale, St Andrew, porch
Rippingale, St Andrew, war memorial
Rippingale, St Andrew, war memorial
Rippingale, St Andrew, war memorial

Rippingale's war memorial stands in the churchyard. It is built of Weldon (Northamptonshire) stone and was designed by Wilfred Bond of Grantham.

It was unveiled and dedicated on 30 May 1920 by the Earl of Ancaster.

October 2017

Rippingale, St Andrew, war memorial, Wilfred Bond, Earl of Ancaster