Talk:Huntingdonshire Towns and Villages W
St. Andrew's Church is in an isolated location and some of the best views of the Church are from the East Coast Main Line Railway Line. So next time you're
on a train from Kings Cross going north and about 7 miles north of Huntingdon station look to your right and you will see St. Andrew's perched on a hill.
It is not known for certain whether this is the Church recorded in the Domesday Survey of 1086, but it is known, however, that the building dates from 1250AD
and that it has undergone many extensions and alterations over the centuries.
Externally the Church walls are of coursed rubble with dressings of Barnack stone. Plain tiles cover the roofs of the Nave, Chancel and Porch, whilst the roofs of
South and North Aisles were originally covered with lead. The square Tower has a pyramid slated roof behind embattled parapets, and was once topped with a
cockeral weathervane, a symbol for vigilance. Unfortunately after the Church was declared redundant in 1972 and due to decay and vandalism no stained glass