St Andrew’s, Bonby, has an eighteenth-century brick tower and a chancel of the same material.
The nave, Norman in origin, is partly constructed in chalk.
The thirteenth-century north arcade has gone though evidence for it remains.
Mark Acton, 2015
The interior of St Andrew’s in Bonby showing part of the filled-in 13th century north arcade.
The arcade had four bays with both octagonal and circular piers and double chamfered arches.