The tiny Elizabethan church of St Chad at Sproxton near Helmsley was originally the private chapel of the Cholmley family at West Newton Grange a few miles away. It fell into disuse in the 18th century and was used as a farm building until 1878 when it was removed and rebuilt on its present site. This tiny gem was re-consecrated by the Archbishop of York in August 1879.
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Photo taken in Sproxton, North Yorkshire YO62, UK