The chancel of St Andrew's was restored in 1883, when all the stonework was renewed, but retaining the 14th-century
detail of the windows. The nave, and the north aisle with its cat-slide roof, were restored in 1891, but are originally of the
15th century. The vicar in 1906 was the Rev Arthur Pannell. Inside is a monument to Robert and Frances Andrews of
Auberies, who in 1749 were the subject of one of Gainsborough's most famous paintings.
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