There has been a Church in Waddington since 1228. A medieval building which has been described by some as having no great architectural beauty.
This 12th-century church was destroyed in a Second World War air raid on the night of 8 May 1941.
The community came together to rebuild their parish beloved Church and it was replaced by the present-day Anglican parish church of St Michael on High Street, a modern stone building consecrated in 1954.
These next few pages try to give you some insight into the Church of the past and how it has grown and developed through the years.
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