|Danby Wiske Parish Church (which bears no dedication) is on the eastern side of Mounstrall Lane, at the southern end of the village. The Norman church, which bears no dedication, was first built around 1100. The south door and the lower part of the south wall date from this period. The chancel was rebuilt and a north aisle added to the nave in the fourteenth century, giving the church very much the same plan that it has to day. The tower was added in the sixteenth century and was restored in 2010. [The History Files]|
The Parish Church is located at OS Grid Ref. SE3380698337
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