A large church for a tiny hamlet. St Andrew's, Asgarby, has a mostly Perpendicular exterior while the interior is Decorated.
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Mark Acton, 2017
The tower of St Andrew's is large and tall for a relatively small church.
The crocketed spire dates from the Perpendicular period.
The chancel of St Andrew's is in the Perpendicular style. The east window has a four-centred arch.
The clerestory is relatively unusual. The windows each have three lights and straight heads.
The porch at St Andrew's in in keeping with the architectural style of the nave.