The fine Fenland church of St Mary Magdalen at Gedney has an Early English tower, 86 ft high and originally intended to carry a stone spire.
The spectacular clerestory of the Perpendicular period has twelve windows, each of three lights under flat four-centred arches.
Ken Redmore, 2010
The interior of Gedney Church has a range of interesting features.
This striking reredos was restored in the nineteenth century.
The water tower on Chapelgate in Gedney (TF 414245), close to the A17, has a design found at several locations in the Anglian Water region.
It provides a convenient support for radio communication and phone networks.